Engineer Isaac Clarke and his crew get stranded on a large, abandoned mining ship. There, Clarke needs to repair the giant ship while battling nasty aliens and solving the mystery of what happened to the ship.
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Engineer Isaac Clarke and his crew get stranded on a large, abandoned mining ship. There, Clarke needs to repair the giant ship while battling nasty aliens and solving the mystery of what happened to the ship.

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Prolific comic book writer Warren Ellis was involved in the early stages of production, and some of the concepts from this game - like the planet-cracking - seem to be typical of his stories, which often involve fictional but plausible science. See more »

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Whenever the player immolates a Necromorph with the flamethrower, the creature will be set ablaze, but will suddenly become dismembered rather then get charred and dehydrated. See more »

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Nicole Brennan: Isaac... make us whole again.
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Great Game in 2 and 3D
8 February 2011 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

The mark of a good game is that you can go back and play it again with the same or even more enjoyment. This is one of those games. My review is a little late as DS has been out for quite some time but I just played it again and found it better second time around. I do not think DS was made specifically for 3D but it plays OK except for some shadow effects that tend to make you go cross-eyed! Apart from that it is quite good with nice depth of field. In favour of DS is the fact that it is not short and you have a definite final objective in finding your girlfriend. I like a game that does not totally bamboozle you to the point where you are stuck and give up in frustration. Once you master various "Powers" the fights with the Necromorphs are very satisfying. I would really like to know how big the USG Ishimura is in height as the elevator rides suggest it could be over 40 stories!! you can take a Tram on this outer Space Behemoth believe it or not but then again it is set waaaaaay into the future, Great Game. Ratcat.


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