GamingShogun.com reviews Electronic Art's recently-released Dead Space and gives it high marks for its tension-filled atmosphere and unique creature design as well as dismemberment system.

Fighting off the feeling that I had become a shut-in, I turned the lights off and started up Dead Space. So far so good, the intro UI is not scary. It is creepy but I am handling it. The score is eerie from the get go - brilliantly composed. So, into the introductory scene I go. It starts off with wonder and good excitement. After all, you are experiencing the majesty of space and mankind's achievements therein. Then, it all goes wrong, and from that point forward you are in for one hell of a ride...
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