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INTERVIEW – In Conversation With Sonita Henry (Ellie Langford, Dead Space 2)

By Marty Mulrooney


In AMO’s recent review of Dead Space 2, we described it as “an early contender for game of the year”. New female lead Ellie Langford was also praised: “her interactions with Clarke sparkle with genuine comradery, as well as offering occasional comic relief.” We were therefore understandably delighted when Ellie’s voice actress Sonita Henry agreed to join us to discuss her first foray into the world of video game voice acting!

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BOOK REVIEW – Dead Space: Martyr by B.K. Evenson

By Marty Mulrooney


Dead Space: Martyr is a science fiction horror novel written by B.K. Evenson. Serving as a prequel to the Electronic Arts Dead Space video game franchise, official tie-in book Dead Space: Martyr tells the origin story of the Black Marker, the Church of Unitology and the legendary Michael Altman.

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GAME REVIEW – Dead Space 2: Limited Edition (PlayStation 3)

By Marty Mulrooney


The long-awaited, much-anticipated return of improvisational Necromorph slayer Isaac Clarke has finally arrived. A direct follow-up to the critically acclaimed 2008 survival horror third-person shooter Dead Space, Dead Space 2 – developed by Visceral Games and published by Electronic Arts – sees a leaner, meaner, much more vocal Clarke grabbing his trusty Plasma Cutter once again to save the day… and hopefully this time, his dementia ridden mind.

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