I can't say much about the Call of Duty series, i played it off and on from the beginning but never played it seriously until Black Ops II. However, i've been hooked on Dead Space since the first game, and i believe that the correlation between the two will make a very solid war game, as the guys in the video describe.

Plus the guys who do dead space obviously know what they're doing. I'm pretty sure the only survival horror game that compares to Dead Space would be Resident Evil: Directors Cut for the Playstation. The collaboration between the two should make a terrifyingly realistic war game that portrays the deepness of war while still being an edge of your seat game as the Call of Duty series promises.

I'm not sure how excited i am about how Halo-ish it looks though...

Food for thought.

scrypt   Supporter wrote on 07/06/2014 at 06:52pm

Should change the category for this article from Dead Space to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, since that's the primary subject.

I am really interested to see how Sledgehammer handles a Call of Duty game. Bringing in Dead Space influence should only help to deepen (and darken) the experience, which should make for good fun and a nice change from the series' typical fare. I have kept my distance from Call of Duty since Modern Warfare 2, but I'm curious to check this one out.

Zach_Foster   Post Author wrote on 07/07/2014 at 01:48am

I was going to post under call of duty, but couldn't find advanced warfare in the list yet. I agree the darkness should.. ahem.. brighten the game up a bit from the monotony of the series. I really want to believe that Sledgehammer will do a fine job with the game, and even if they don't, the series has already got such a strong following that I think the most it could do is slow it down. I have high hopes for it.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 07/07/2014 at 07:55pm

Looks like someone just added it to the database. We don't have very game in it, so if you want one added let us know!

jdodson   Admin wrote on 07/07/2014 at 07:56pm

That said, as someone that is primarily not a Call of Duty fan I can say that anything they do to make the game appear to have more life, the better. If that is taking a few notes from Deadspace then that sounds awesome.

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