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Topic - Isaac Clarke
Anticipated survival horror sequel delivers another round of visceral action for the mature gamer.
Isaac Clarke has grown over the first two "Dead Space" games from a troubled systems engineer into a full-fledged action hero, so it would be naive to think that the series would not morph alongside its protagonist.
A review of Dead Space 2 for the Xbox 360 from Electronic Arts
she made me write that), but learning the fate of Isaac was just too compelling to stop the slaughter.