OXCGN’s Dead Space 3 Review
A ‘visceral’ stomp?
by Daniel Geikowski
©2013 Daniel Geikowski
Whether they are visual styles, aesthetics, themes, mechanics or gameplay styles, many publishers attempt to incorporate these current trends into their games and franchises, with mixed results.
The Darkness II altered its visual style from a realistic to cell-shaded effect, reminiscent of the game’s comic origins.
Splinter Cell: Conviction ditched its primary focus on stealth and silence, opting to turn to a more “Bourne-like” action theme.
Some hit the jackpot, while others damage their franchises by incorporating something which feels seemingly out-of-place.
Dead Space 3 is no different.
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