The Reason We Never Got To Play Dead Space 4

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In 2008, the Visceral Games title Dead Space introduced us to Isaac Clarke, a lowly engineer forced to fight his way off a zombie-infested spaceship. It was an instant hit. Dead Space racked up over two million sales, nabbed a handful of awards, and spawned sequels in 2011 and 2013. And then…nothing. Here’s a look at why we never got to play Dead Space 4…

Dead Space 3 didn’t sell | 0:22
Critics were critical | 1:00
Survival horror is changing | 1:37
The stars have moved on | 2:29
Star Wars | 3:00
It lost its way | 3:37
A reboot makes more sense | 4:14

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