Dead Space Remake Review

A Terrifying and Thrilling Rebirth of a Classic

Mason Moeller

1/30/20232 min read

Dead Space Remake is a great and scary remake of the classic survival horror game from 2008. The game is made by Motive Studios and uses the Frostbite engine. The game keeps the original story, characters, gameplay, and atmosphere, but also adds new things that make it better and more modern.

The game is about Isaac Clarke, an engineer who goes to fix the USG Ishimura, a big mining ship that has no contact. He finds out that the ship is full of horrible monsters called necromorphs, which are dead bodies that come back to life and attack. Isaac has to fight them and find out what happened, while also dealing with his own problems.

The gameplay of Dead Space Remake is like the original, but with some changes and improvements. The game still shows Isaac’s health, stasis, and oxygen on his suit, which makes it more realistic. The game also still has the system where you have to cut off the necromorphs’ limbs to kill them, which makes it more fun and challenging. The game also has new weapons, enemies, places, and quests that make it more interesting and varied. The game also has a new control system that makes it easier to move and shoot.

The graphics and visuals of Dead Space Remake are amazing and realistic, thanks to the Frostbite engine. The game makes the original places of the Ishimura look better and more detailed, while also adding new places and changing some parts of the ship. The game also has good lighting and shadows, physics and gore effects, and animations and facial expressions for Isaac and other characters. The game also has ray tracing and 4K resolution on next-gen consoles and PC.

The performance of Dead Space Remake is good and stable on most platforms, with few bugs and glitches. The game runs at 60 frames per second on next-gen consoles and PC, and at 30 frames per second on older consoles. The game also loads fast and goes smoothly between gameplay and cutscenes. The game also lets you play with other people on different platforms.

The story and narrative of Dead Space Remake are like the original, but with some additions and improvements. The game still has the same plot and characters as the original, but with more talk, backstory, and lore that make the world and the characters more rich. The game also gives Isaac a voice, which he didn’t have in the original, which makes him more human and emotional. The game also has different endings that depend on what you do in the game.

The sound design and music of Dead Space Remake are great and immersive, creating a tense and atmospheric experience. The game has realistic and scary sound effects for the necromorphs, the weapons, and the place, which make you feel more afraid and in danger. The game also has a good soundtrack that changes according to what is happening in the game. The game also has good voice acting for Isaac and other characters, as well as subtitles in different languages.

Dead Space Remake is a good remake that keeps and improves the original game, while also adding new things that make it better and more modern. It is a exciting and scary survival horror game that will keep you hooked from start to finish.