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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:36am 05/11/10 | 8 Comments
The Dead Space 2 roll out is clearly ramping up as we close in on the game's January 2011 release. Today with a trailer showing off more of the game's new environments, the devastation left by the necromorphs and plenty of the scary, scary Visceral Games are going to be delivering in the hotly anticipated sequel.

In Dead Space 2 Isaac Clarke is once again back to fight the necromorph threat while investigating the eerie "Church of Unitology" and their hand in all the craziness that has happened. The game will also feature a full voiced Clarke, shifting the dynamic of the first game.

Watch the trailer embedded below, or download the 720p version here.




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Pirroh
Posted 11:47am 05/11/10
Not as creepy as the lullaby trailer for the original Dead Space.
Deviouz
Posted 02:33pm 05/11/10
wow using a lullaby in a horror setting, that's new and exciting.
Reverend Evil
Posted 02:40pm 05/11/10
I think that was more annoying than creepy. And what is it with games trying to do the creepy slow singing in trailers. First there was Crysis 2, then something else and now this. Actually, I think the other thing was Gears of War 3.
Shmackie
Posted 03:25pm 05/11/10
I could be wrong, but I think Gears of War (the first one) was the first to successfully do slow haunting song on top of crazy visuals.
Enska
Posted 06:22pm 05/11/10
There was one level in GoW that had the hairs on end too
think it was in an old abbatoirr or something similar
Bah
Posted 07:10pm 05/11/10
I could be wrong, but I think Gears of War (the first one) was the first to successfully do slow haunting song on top of crazy visuals.
Yeah it's such an original idea.
ViscoS
Posted 07:31pm 05/11/10
Was that the one with 'Mad World' playing in the background? Because that one was awesome.
kos
Posted 01:29am 06/11/10
Anything that encourages people to use Twitter more is evil imo.
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