Dead Space 3 seems to have it all. But the game is the anomaly that is somehow less than the sum of its parts. The reason: it sold its soul.
Electronic Arts played up their Gamescom presence this year, presenting a variety of both known software and game announcements to the masses
Electronic Arts kept its sights directly on games for its 2012 E3 Presser. With demonstrations for Crysis 3, Dead Space 3 and the new Sim City (all with February 2013 release dates) highlighting the event, Electronic Arts’ conference – titled “The Download” – played out mostly as a series of highly involved gameplay demonstrations.