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Old 23rd July 2012, 07:55   #1
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Okay, I read what this lady said and I think this is pure PR speak. Why can't companies just come right out and say "we already have the horror crowd, we are just trying to cash in on the co-op / action crowd now too." I'm not sure what going to a scary movie with her husband has to do with the game either. "The horror of Dead Space is still all there. It's still true to its roots and no less scary, but people felt far more comfortable playing it with someone else than they did doing it on their own. "Personally, I would rather go to scary movie with my husband rather than sit at home with the lights out watching one on my own.
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