Dead Space Remake | Photo credit: Special Arrangements
‘In space, no one can hear you scream’: This tagline from the first Elaine The film has spawned horror stories from all sources. The Dead Space series in gaming is one such derivative. Launched in 2008, the original is still cool with its revolutionary “split” gameplay and dark industrial setting. With the classic getting a graphic upgrade, it has become a remake.
You play as Issac Clarke, who, along with his crew, intercepts a distress call from his girlfriend Nicole Brennan. His repair ship, the USS Killian (assigned to the USG Ishumura), is taken over by an unknown force that turns the crew into monsters. Isaac tries to save himself and his surviving crewmates and learn the truth behind Ishimura’s loss.
A remake of Dead Space
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Price: ₹4499 on PS5, ₹4499 on Xbox and ₹3499 on PC
Dead space Borrows elements from Resident Evil 4, System shock And Doom. The game paints a dystopian future where humanity has become a planet-destroying scourge. As you explore the giant, claustrophobic spaceship, you uncover little stories of what happened to the crew through holographic videos and terrifying messages written in blood as necromorph monsters block your every move.
Remake gives you more context. As someone who has played the original game multiple times, it expanded. System shockThe narrative style is satisfactory.
You’ll quickly realize that guns don’t work on Necromorphs. So, you need to trust Isaac’s mining background. A weapon-equipped mining laser and stasis field help slow enemies by visibly tearing their limbs apart. Later you have to use telekinesis to blast, slice and see enemies, which makes for some painful but fun moments.
The remake has rebuilt Ishimura’s interiors – adding a level of detail and atmosphere that Dead space Looks like a new game. Textures, ambient lighting, and other visual elements enhance the game significantly.
As expected, the gameplay is nail-biting, switching between different weapons to take care of the monsters that never stop coming at you, even by cutting off limbs. Jump scares are sudden – you have to recover quickly to minimize the risk. The environment and lighting complete the game. For those with surround sound headphones or an Atmos system, the audio design is cinematic quality and brings home the awe.
For fans of the original, A remake of Dead Space It’s the perfect excuse to jump in and play. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how different this game is with the same feel. For those new to the series, this is a step in the right direction to bring this game to a new generation of gamers.