Brerlappins little hat wrote:
If I could've articulated how I felt about dead space 2s narrative without using the word 'gooseberry fool', 'bollocks', and 'lose of gooseberry fool bollocks', it would've read just like what you wrote.
Also I have no idea how anyone could've found the end of ds1 emotionally affecting. Isaac sits down, takes off his helmet, and nicole jumps up behind him and goes BOO. Wow.
I was talking about the whole bit before that, where you go down on the planet and Nicole is leading you around, and then she disappears after a while. I was completely mind strawberry floated. Look dead space and the darkness are different kind of game. The Darkness is more of a character driven game, where as Dead Space is more about immersion and atmosphere. I can understand why some people wouldn't like it.
I think I'll just take the plunge and buy it
If it's good they'll need support enough to make a Darkness 3.
I was thinking about buying it pre owned in a while, but decided I'd like to support the franchise. It's so much better than almost every other first person shooter. It does almost everything right.