Few games hold up as well as Dead Space. Despite releasing 13 years ago, Visceral Games’ space horror shooter is still as intense and scary today as it was then. In fact, it’s shockingly good–you can get it right now on PC, Xbox One, and even Xbox Series X with Auto HDR, and it still controls exceedingly well, features some great shooting mechanics, and looks pretty great.

But most importantly, Dead Space can still scare the hell out of you, with a combination of great sound design, excellent jump scares, ridiculously gross monsters, and awesome set piece moments. Running atop of the Ishimura with Zero-Gravity boots, I’m looking at you.

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