Posts Tagged ‘Dead Space’

Dead Space 2: Final Look

Posted: January 13, 2011 by CptToffer in General, Previews
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Hello Antiherogamers!

The release date for Dead Space 2 cannot get here quick enough. It literally looks like it’s going to blow my socks off. I cannot wait to sit down and play this game. I’ve got games coming out of my ears at the moment, but the adventures of Ezio, Donkey Kong, Sam Fisher and everyone in between will have to just sit back, shut the hell up and wait for Isaac Clarke to finish ripping some Nercomorph heads off. It seems such a god damn shame that I happen to be moving house the weekend this comes out, which although fun is going to delay my first play by a long period. That said I’m sure it will be worth the wait, plus I’ll have a large living room and comfy sofa to play it on as opposed to a small bedroom and a small bed.

To that end here’s a quick post showing you the new launch trailer and just why you should be very, very excited.




Hello antiherogamers!

Today myself and young Fitz launch a new monthly feature designed to strip away the bad games from the good games, and the good games from the great ones. This feature will aim to bring to your undivided attention one single game in the month that you must get your hands on. It doesn’t matter if you have to beg, borrow or steal, you must play this title. (Please note antiherogamer does not endorse, support or in any way justify theft of any nature) I don’t think I need to explain the concept any further so let’s have a look at AHG Essential Selection for January!

Necromorph Killing In Dead Space 2

Posted: December 17, 2010 by CptToffer in Previews

Hello all, and welcome to the first official gaming related post for antiherogaming! Woo *pops party popper*

My first post will be a bit of a special one really as last night I had the pleasure of attending a special event in London hosted by IGN after I won a competition to attend and have a go at Dead Space 2 before it’s release next month! After combating Kent and London’s fantastic transport system (please note the sarcasm) myself and my good friend Fitz arrived at the Gallery Soho.

The event was pretty cool, around forty to fifty people in the second floor of a studio with around ten PS3’s set up playing a twenty-minute demo. Apparently it was the same demo from the Eurogamer event a month or so ago, but seeing as I don’t go around winning competitions on a daily basis I had no idea what to expect. There was also a free bar (always drink responsibly children, especially if it’s a free bar) which was very much appreciated.