Dead Space 3 Limited Edition
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Product detailsPlatform for display:PC
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Language : English, English
- Rated : Mature
- Language : English
- Product Dimensions : 19.05 x 1.52 x 13.46 cm; 231.33 Grams
- Release date : Feb. 5 2013
- Manufacturer : Electronic Arts
- ASIN : B0050SWTS8
- Item model number : 19837
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Dead Space 3 Limited PC
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I sold the game on the PS3 and got myself the PC version and bought a trainer from the internet and now the game is amazing.
Good trainer can get you infinite health ammo, and stasis which come in very handy in theses supra hard boss battle.
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This game has very good graphics (PC version played at max settings), and is very smooth - never noticed any jitters or frame loss. It runs great in Wine/CrossOver under a Linux OS (as all the DeadSpace games have). However I deducted one star because of EA/whoever not selling this version on Steam and forcing users to install/run Origin just to play this game. The Origin client is the biggest waste of software development I've ever seen. It is horribly buggy, slow, and in no way will ever compete with Steam. This is one of only a couple games I own that aren't on Steam, they need to realize the market potential there and give up on their failed products. (The previous two DS games were available on Steam).
The only other issue I had with this game is there were several bugs/glitches throughout it that could become annoying. Saved game/chapter corruption, unable to advance in a level and having to go back, etc. There are plenty of threads on it, if you come across any. Unfortunately they decided to fire most of the DS3 developers a long time ago, and these bugs will never be resolved. However you are able to continue playing with slight delays working around them.
The only reason I even played this game was because Amazon put it on sale within a few days of its release and I got it for 20 bucks off.
I figured since I'd spent almost 40 bucks on the game I should give it a try and after reading all of the glowing reviews I said to myself "why not".
I Fire the game up and when I looked back at the clock I was already two hours into the game. Being an old-school Quake and DOOM fan, this game reminds me a lot of that series where you get the "jump out scare" the ambient sounds of the monsters you think are there but aren't, the large room you walk into and you know you're going to have to do battle with... something.... and you **think** you know what it is but in this particular game every single time I went to battle in one of the large rooms it not only creeped me out I literally had no idea the character I was fighting even existed in the game because I had not seen that character yet! Very surprising!
I was so impressed with this game I actually quit the game after about four hours of playing it since I wanted to learn more of the past story line, so I went back to Amazon and bought dead space two, loaded that up and I have to honestly say dead space two is also very good plus, it explains a LOT of the references in DS3.
But this article is about dead space three and I can tell you it's worth every single penny. From trying to figure out small puzzles, to hacking systems and zapping yourself if you don't get the hack just right, to monsters that when they pop out you go "no way" or "that's just gross" and even the occasional "holy s****!" and you just run the other way and again, the sounds are unbelievable. Put some headphones on and I swear a little pee-pee will come out of you from time to time. I get the creeps just thinking about some of sounds. **shiver**
Now I do want to say that dead space three, as mentioned by some of the reviewers below, does not quite contain the horror of the previous two which I actually found good. The mind can only take so much grossness before one just starts to say 'okay enough'. I thought the horror-2-scary aspect was almost perfect and again if you're an old-school Quake fan or DOOM fan, you're going to appreciate this environment. It's eerily similar to the old quake and doom levels.
Really enjoyed this game so far. 4.5 stars.
The guns you can make are really cool, except it seemed like (in my opinion) there were only a few good gun combinations. I do like how they added the scavenge and customization options though.
Anyway, I think overall it was a really good game but I don't think it quite deserves 5 stars.
like its predecessors, there's replay value to this installment.
the weapon crafting at the Benches, is well designed, and allows for you to make weaponry from the previous games, or entirely new weapons you think of. in addition, the weapon crafting arena allows you to alter or build weapons with out having to boot up the campaign first.
the crouch, roll and dodge features are implemented well, and if you don't want to use those features, they've been implemented in such a subtle way, that you forget they're there (I went through an entire playthrough of this game and I forgot about the crouch and roll features entirely)
Co-op is well implemented and feels like it adds substance to the campaign. it also gives advanced players a chance to aid less experienced players in real-time.
the visuals are really good, even on my 64-bit Lenovo T510 laptop (with 8gb of ram).
the story is great and the ending to the Awakened DLC will leave you speculating as to how they'll fix the mess they're in.
my biggest gripe is that the "pc instant access" option, wont download the limited edition of the game, as it only downloads the standard edition. I'm not willing to buy a game card for a broken game service (origin).
The mechanics of the game were wonky at best. While still the same re-skinned game from days of old, there were some aspects of the game that I found myself dreading. The weapon creation system took a long time to figure out, and I found myself dreading having to return to the bench, an activity that was often the most satisfying part of the previous two installments.
All in all, I played through it just to be done with it. It's basically a sci-fi survival horror adventure with all of the sci-fi survival horror elements removed and replaced with components of a shooter. Though it was nice to have Gunner Wright's acting chops make a return, they felt like the only shining aspect of an otherwise bland, cannibalized experience.