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Dead Space 3 Is "Twice As Long As Dead Space 1 or 2"

Posted on Tuesday, January 22 @ 15:29:00 Eastern by

I was joined by PlayStation Lifestyle's Chandler Wood at the Dead Space 3 preview event in San Francisco two weeks ago. Chandler's been hard at work on our sister-site for some time now, but with the upcoming sci-fi-horror sequel in front of us, neither could resist digging deep for as much information as possible.

That included a lengthy interview with Visceral Games producer David Woldman. Woldman was extremely forthcoming with information, but careful not to reveal too much. In addition to level design, cinematic moments, and extraneous story content, Woldman also keyed us into the amount of content packed into Dead Space 3.

We try to ensure that there is enough value on the disc. Times are maybe getting better, but they're still tough on people's incomes. Dead Space 3, just in the single campaign, by itself, is conservatively twice as long as Dead Space 1 or 2.

For the full interview, hop over to PlayStation Lifestyle.
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