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Dead Space 3 Xbox 360 Demo Download

Discussion in 'Demos' started by InsaneNutter, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. InsaneNutter

    InsaneNutter Resident Nutter Staff Member

    Jun 1, 2007
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    Yorkshire, England
    Download Dead Space 3 Xbox 360 Demo
    [Works on All Region Consoles - Inject to USB memory stick / hard drive or burn to DVD]


    About the game:

    Dead Space 3 is an upcoming action-horror third-person shooter video game, developed by Visceral Games. Primarily set on a frozen planet called Tau Volantis, the game will follow protagonists Isaac Clarke and Sergeant John Carver as they attempt to stop the Necromorph scourge for good.

    Like its predecessors, Dead Space 3 pits player character Isaac Clarke against the Necromorphs, human corpses reanimated by an "alien virus". To fight back, players must "strategic[ally] dismember" the Necromorphs' limbs to kill them, using a variety of weapons to do so.

    Dead Space 3 has a drop-in/drop-out co-op mode for its campaign, which was announced at EA's E3 2012 press conference, stating that it will unlock "additional story details and gameplay mechanics only found when playing as the co-op character, EarthGov Sergeant John Carver."In a recent DS3 co-op demo, each player will have alternate experiences as a result of their characters' dementia. For example, the player controlling John Carver will find toy soldiers in a biology facility, while the player controlling Isaac will not see them. Co-op also puts the players in separated situations: for example, when Carver tries to open a door, he suddenly becomes trapped in his own mind (echoing a similar situation in Dead Space 2), forcing Isaac to protect him from a sudden surge of Necromorphs until Carver can free himself.

    How To Transfer to Your Xbox 360:

    1 - Extract the demo from the rar file (WinRAR works well on Windows)
    2 - Run Party Buffalo Drive Explorer, select either a usb stick configured to work in your Xbox 360 or your hard drive.
    3 - Inject the demo folder to Content\0000000000000000
    4 - Let it transfer to your storage device
    5 - Connect the storage device back to your console
    6 - Go to the Demos section in the dashboard, play and enjoy!

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    Helpful tutorials:
    1. Inject a demo to the Xbox 360 Hard Drive
    2. Inject a demo to a USB flash drive
    3. Burn a demo to a CD or DVD


    Download Dead Space 3 Xbox 360 Demo
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  2. xzKinGzxBuRnzx

    xzKinGzxBuRnzx The Feature Man

    Aug 9, 2008
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    I've just completed this both single and co-op! I must say that I'm very impressed. Definitely going to be the best Dead Space yet. :D I just love co-op! I might even get a friend of mine to play it with me soon. ;) The new crafting system has had a major overhaul to! This demo is quite good, I just wished it was a bit longer.
  3. lem_is_cool

    lem_is_cool Resident

    Jun 21, 2010
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    Geelong, Australia
    Just watched Game Grumps play through this. Seems a lot more action oriented, hope the whole game won't be the same.
  4. Specter

    Specter Elite Member

    Sep 23, 2011
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    USG Ishimura
    WaW ,,,, Nice ^_^
    I think it's time to change my profile photo
  5. Michael_T

    Michael_T Addict

    Dec 21, 2009
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    I agree , this demo is awesome. I will definitely get the game as i played all the Dead Space games.

  6. Trebor

    Trebor Dolphin Fan

    Jun 1, 2007
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    West Yorkshire
    I was wondering why I couldn't see the demo on the 360 demo pane after seeing KingzBurnx playing it...... Codes for downloading a demo early.... Whatever next? Luckily we have it on Digiex :D

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