Dead Space 2 (EA – 2011) – Intro (ReShade Enhanced)

 

Dead Space 2 picks up not too long after the final events of the original game, and the story continues with protagonist Isaac Clark. It’s not long before an imprisoned/institutionalized Isaac is face-to-face once again with the terrifying necromorphs.

I have used the same custom settings in ReShade that I setup for the first game. Looks good, though there is a very hot spot near the end of this sequence on the elevator door.

More info via WIkipedia: The player controls Isaac Clarke from a third-person perspective, looking over the character’s right shoulder. As in the previous game, the game uses the Resource Integration Gear (RIG) suit, an in-world heads-up display (HUD) system that uses holograms projected from Isaac’s suit and weapons to show information such as messages and ammunition count. In vacuum areas, a timer appears on Isaac’s right shoulder, counting how much oxygen his suit has before he suffocates. The RIG also uses gauges on Isaac’s back to display his health and stasis module levels. If Isaac’s health or air reaches zero, or if the player fails to survive a quick-time event, Isaac will die, forcing the player to restart from the last checkpoint.

Early in the game, Isaac acquires the stasis module, which slows down enemies and otherwise-impassable moving obstacles (e.g. active heavy machinery) to allow Isaac to pass through safely; and the kinesis module, which allows Isaac to carry and fire objects telekinetically. The player can upgrade their weapons and armor at work benches, using power nodes. There are also automated stores, where the player can buy and sell various items, and gain new weapons and suits through acquiring schematics found throughout the Sprawl.

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