It's been a long wait, but Isaac Clarke is back, and he's more in over his head than he ever was on the USG Ishimura.
Dead Space 2
continues the plight of the hapless engineer who was the sole survivor of an outbreak of reanimated corpses called Necromorphs aboard a planet-cracker starship in Dead Space, a run-away critical success for Visceral Games (then known as EA Redwood Shores). And now the team are back with a game that can only be described as "bigger and better" in every possible way - no mean feat considering we scored the first title a 9.5
here on AusGamers.
So what's so good? Read our full review to find out