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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:08am 01/11/10 | 1 Comments
It's not far away now, and in keeping with the game's creepy theme, Visceral have released a short trailer for Dead Space 2, in celebration of Halloween, showing off a thinner Isaac Clarke, doing what he does best - cutting things (or in this case, a thing).

For anyone who looks at this and has no idea what the shape is, it's the symbol for the Church of Unitology that features very heavily in Dead Space 2. Basically, take Scientology and put it in space with necromorphs instead of Tom Cruise (though, arguably Tom Cruise could be considered scarier).

Dead Space 2 is due to hit PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 January 25, 2011.






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Esotericthief
Posted 12:09pm 01/11/10
That was trippy...

I wasn't keen on the look of his helmet. It really looks swollen. Probably has something to do with him looking thinner but I dunno. I'll deal with it though, it's not game breaking by any means.
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