For my second blog about the Underrated games of this year, I’ve decided to go for one that generally did well, but not as well as I believe it should have. It didn’t have as much success as it’s predecessor and I feel that this isn’t warranted. It improved over the original in many ways, the marketing campaign was large and fairly good. (Aside from the movie that came with it, which was frankly a disappointment.) However, even with favourable reviews and a general feeling that it was a great game, it’s fallen into the shadow of other games this year. The game I’m talking about, is Dead Space 2.

Dead Space 2

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