Microsoft has rewarded players with a bunch of brand new Xbox 360 backwards compatible titles on Xbox One after planned maintenance yesterday. From today, Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 join the original in the backwards compatibility program. Also, Dead Space 2 and

Visceral Games has placed a couple Easter eggs from their Dead Space games into their newest title, Battlefield: Hardline. The image above, found in a multiplayer map, was taken by Reddit user ErMahGerdPerkemern. Recognise it? It’s none other than the

I liked Dead Space 3. While it may have had some plot and pacing issues, an emphasis on action over tension and horror, some unlikable and unreliable characters and a generally weaker story than its predecessors, it was a fun game. Its problem was

We’ve known that the first piece of DLC for Dead Space 3 – titled “Awakened” – has been coming for some time. Now it’s rumoured that the content will be available from 3 March. A post from the official Dead Space 3 Twitter account

Review: Dead Space 3

I’ve had a love affair with survival horror games ever since I first played Resident Evil on my PSone. Over time, that franchise has moved farther and farther away from survival horror;  Resident Evil 5 & 6 arguably aren’t horror games at all. Then

The time is almost upon us, believers. As an aside, any trailer with a cover of a Phil Collins song? Okay in my book. Dead Space 3 will be available for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 on 8 February. We’ve got

Well, if you’re jealous that we got an early preview of Dead Space 3 at this year’s E3, now you can watch the same 20 minute demo that we got to. I criticised the title for trying to align itself