It has you checking every corpse in sight with a ranged gunshot to make sure that they're not going to reanimate and slice your body apart.
The horror within this game cannot be described with mere words, videos and images are enough to keep you on edge, but being inside the game immerses you to the point where you almost emulate the fear that the player is enduring, a truly shocking experience.http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=394410201
You play as Isaac Clarke in the aftermath of Dead Space 1's events, you are lead to believe that you have a mental issue which can be cured if you listen to who is talking to you, both Isaac's ambition to survive the odds given rise to by these messages and your own ambition to run through the blood still keeps you going through the game, despite the offputting level of horror and terror.
Excruciatingly terrifying at a certain point where Isaac re-enters the USG Ishimura, only to be met by a swarm of unstoppable necromorphs which swarm him like wasps, the paranoia you feel when you hear a distant necromorph, thinking you've killed them all, and you think they're too far away to reach you in time, but just as you go to run, it's fangs are buried in your leg is undescribable.http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=394410249
Most definately a game that gets you thinking; you constantly run in to obstacles which enable you to use your mind to utilize many game mechanics such as Telekinesis and freezing, you are able to freeze certain obstacles in time to ensure that they don't slice you in to millions of pieces as you crawl towards your objective.
Do I reccommend this game? absolutely! but it is not for the weak of heart, nor for those who find themselves constantly ragequitting in every game they play.http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=394410288
Watch your step, don't turn around unless you hear a ♥♥♥♥ing noise, and most certainly never think that you're alone.