In Space no one can hear you vomit. However, in Dead Space 2 multiplayer not only can you hear vomit, you can taste it! In the new multiplayer you can take charge, or to be more precise, be overtaken as a Necromorph. In my interview with Dead Space 2 Producer Scott Probst, we dive limb-first in Dead Space's multiplayer and get a talk'n about gore and body part dismemberment.
If you want more Dead Space'N you should also check out Ben PerLee's article. Its filled so with so many more words than my video.
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