|starring||Christopher Judge, Peter Woodward, Ricardo Chavira, Gwendoline Yeo|
|tagline||The End Was Only The Beginning|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisThe year is 2509 and not only has Earth lost contact with the USG Ishimura and Isaac Clarke, but also the USG O'Bannon, which is the first responder ship sent to rescue them. Four crew members of the O'Bannon have survived, but no one knows what happened to the rest of the crew, what they were doing, or what secrets they may be holding. All will be revealed...in the Aftermath!
At a time when the Silent Hill and Resident Evil franchises were starting to become less and less inspired, it’s easy to understand why Dead Space was almost universally embraced. I’m at a bit of a handicap, as I just finished playing through it about a week and a half ago, but compared to RE:5 and Homecoming, it achieves a better balance between scares and action than either genre staple, and was certainly a lot more fun to play because of it. Because of the impending release date of the sequel, I caught up with Dead Space: Downfall, an animated tie-in that functions as a prequel to the first game and, as far as I can tell, takes place during the events in Extraction. Aside from the 2D animation and the novelty of having TRON himself provide a voice, there really isn’t anything to praise. The script is flat and doesn’t give enough exposition, giving the characters little to no background and inspiring little interest in the undramatic or scare-less plot, and the CGI integration is repulsive looking. In other words, it’s what you’d expect out of a quick cash grab. …Read More