Give me Space!
Just incase you weren’t scared enough already by Dead Space, the sequel – being released in 2010 – has been dubbed as being even more frightening than the original.
Now, I don’t know about you, but I’m scarred for life after being stalked by the Twitchers in frozen sleeping quarters and trapped in a room with the Regenerator until my throat hurt from yelling like a child, but that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. There was something about the idea of being alone on a colossal ship with an entire mutated crew, that left me approaching my next objective with immense trepidation. The dark corridors teamed with the metallic clunks and creaks of the Ishimura’s abandoned workings, gave me a real sense of dread as I waited for another Necromorph to burst out from behind a ventilation grate, ready for another grisly assault on poor Isaac.
I have high hopes for this one. I usually try to keep my expectations low for fear of disappointment, but this claim, plus talk of a multiplayer online mode has me incredibly excited. If what they are saying is true, this is going to be a seriously brilliant game.