History Heartwarming / DeadSpace3

27th Jun '16 4:56:28 PM 017Bluefield
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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]]. It was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, he jumps at the call.
** Not to mention that the first text log you find in the game shows that Isaac made it up to Ellie's losing an eye in the second game by buying her a cybernetic replacement, which is also a nice CallBack to how she said Isaac would owe her a new eye.
* The scavenger bot is a heartwarming addition to the series. It felt like no matter what happened in the game, you always had a little buddy to help you out.
* When you [[spoiler: are in the alien machine/city, look closely at the giant remains of the aliens: They're ''holding hands'']]. There's something so human and heartwarming about such a simple gesture, especially considering the backstory behind them.
** [[spoiler: The fact that they did all they did to stop the Moon and warn future civilizations about the Markers and the Brethren Moons is also rather heartwarming. They knew their race was dead, they had no personal stake in the future of life in the galaxy, but went through an incredible self-sacrifice to stop the Moon from causing any more damage and to try and help any future civilizations from suffering the same fate.]]
* The fact that Carver ultimately subverts the [[ArmiesAreEvil Armies are Evil]] trope. It doesn't seem likely at first; he beats and then conscripts Isaac at gunpoint as a first impression, and continues to act blunt and callous as they work together. Furthermore, his commanding officer is a jerkass and the [=EarthGov=] military he is part of has a checkered past. With the setting of DEAD SPACE being as cynical as it is, you were fully expecting Carver to betray Isaac in the end, having co-op players fight each other as the final challenge. Imagine the shock when Carver ultimately proved to be completely loyal and selflessly motivated, providing a solid example of RousseauWasRight in a series where humans are typicaly [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters assumed to be bastards.]]

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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that that, after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]]. It was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, however, he jumps at the call.
** Not to mention that the first text log you find in the game shows that Isaac made it up to Ellie's losing an eye in the second game by buying her a cybernetic replacement, which is also a nice CallBack to how she said Isaac would owe owed her a new eye.
* The scavenger bot is a heartwarming addition to the series. It felt like no matter what happened in the game, you always had a cute little buddy to help you out.
* When you [[spoiler: are [[spoiler:are in the alien machine/city, look closely at the giant remains of the aliens: They're ''holding hands'']]. There's something so human and heartwarming about such a simple gesture, especially considering the backstory behind them.
** [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The fact that they did all they did to stop the Moon in their orbit, and warn future civilizations about the Markers and the Brethren Moons Moons, is also rather heartwarming. They knew their race was dead, screwed, they had no personal stake in the future of life in the galaxy, but went through an incredible self-sacrifice to stop the Moon from causing any more damage and to try and help any future civilizations from suffering the same fate.]]
* The fact that Carver ultimately subverts [[SubvertedTrope subverts]] the [[ArmiesAreEvil Armies are Evil]] trope. It doesn't seem likely at first; he beats and then conscripts Isaac at gunpoint as a first impression, and continues to act blunt and callous as they work together. Furthermore, his commanding officer is a jerkass {{Jerkass}} and the [=EarthGov=] military he is part of has a checkered past. With the setting of DEAD SPACE ''Dead Space'' being as cynical as it is, you were likely fully expecting Carver to betray Isaac in the end, maybe even having co-op players fight each other as the final challenge. Imagine the shock when Carver ultimately proved to be completely loyal and selflessly motivated, providing a solid example of RousseauWasRight in a series where humans are typicaly [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters assumed to be bastards.]]



* Near the end of Chapter 6, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"

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* Near the end of Chapter 6, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) [[{{Jerkass}} Norton]]) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!" Isaac!"
29th Jul '13 12:54:10 PM vexer
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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]]. The [[RomanticPlotTumor whole subplot could've been done a lot better (or removed entirely)]], but it was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, he jumps at the call.

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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]]. The [[RomanticPlotTumor whole subplot could've been done a lot better (or removed entirely)]], but it It was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, he jumps at the call.
20th Mar '13 10:09:16 AM KTera
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-->'''Carver''': I'm not a good man Isaac.
-->'''Isaac''': Good men mean well.

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-->'''Carver''': I'm not a good man man, Isaac.
-->'''Isaac''': Good men mean well. We just don't always end up doing well.
13th Mar '13 9:57:16 AM Gregzilla
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* The fact that Carver ultimately subverts the [[ArmiesAreEvil Armies are Evil]] trope. It doesn't seem likely at first; he beats and then conscripts Isaac at gunpoint as a first impression, and continues to act blunt and callous as they work together. Furthermore, his commanding officer is a jerkass and the [=EarthGov=] military he is part of has a checkered past. With the setting of DEAD SPACE being as cynical as it is, you were fully expecting Carver to betray Isaac in the end, having co-op players fight each other as the final challenge. Imagine the shock when Carver ultimately proved to be completely loyal and selflessly motivated, providing a solid example of RousseauWasRight in a series where humans are typicaly [[HumansAreBastards assumed to be bastards.]]

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* The fact that Carver ultimately subverts the [[ArmiesAreEvil Armies are Evil]] trope. It doesn't seem likely at first; he beats and then conscripts Isaac at gunpoint as a first impression, and continues to act blunt and callous as they work together. Furthermore, his commanding officer is a jerkass and the [=EarthGov=] military he is part of has a checkered past. With the setting of DEAD SPACE being as cynical as it is, you were fully expecting Carver to betray Isaac in the end, having co-op players fight each other as the final challenge. Imagine the shock when Carver ultimately proved to be completely loyal and selflessly motivated, providing a solid example of RousseauWasRight in a series where humans are typicaly [[HumansAreBastards [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters assumed to be bastards.]]
12th Mar '13 7:52:10 PM JackTheHammer
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** Not to mention that the first text log you find in the game shows that Isaac [[CallBack did indeed buy her a new cybernetic eye]] to replace the one she lost in the second game.

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** Not to mention that the first text log you find in the game shows that Isaac [[CallBack did indeed buy her a new cybernetic eye]] made it up to replace the one she lost Ellie's losing an eye in the second game.game by buying her a cybernetic replacement, which is also a nice CallBack to how she said Isaac would owe her a new eye.
12th Mar '13 7:50:18 PM JackTheHammer
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** Not to mention that the first text log you find in the game shows that Isaac [[CallBack did indeed buy her a new cybernetic eye]] to replace the one she lost in the second game.
4th Mar '13 2:15:22 PM Shardhero16
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* Near the end of Chapter 5, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"

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* Near the end of Chapter 5, 6, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"
4th Mar '13 2:14:22 PM Shardhero16
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* Near the end of Chapter 4, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"

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* Near the end of Chapter 4, 5, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"
4th Mar '13 2:11:47 PM Shardhero16
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* Near the end of Chapter 4, after fetching a shuttle and escaping a group of regenerating Necromorphs, Isaac is blasted into space. The first thing you hear? Everyone (save Norton) is cheering for you, even Carver, who seems to shout, "Atta boy, Isaac!"
19th Feb '13 3:00:34 AM TwoDollarBill
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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]].
** [[spoiler: While the [[RomanticPlotTumor whole subplot could've been done a lot better (or removed entirely)]], it was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, he jumps at the call.]]

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* While they have broken up by the time the game starts, it seems a bit heartwarming that after what happened to Nicole, Issac finally managed to move on somewhat with [[SecondLove Ellie]].
** [[spoiler: While the
Ellie]]. The [[RomanticPlotTumor whole subplot could've been done a lot better (or removed entirely)]], but it was nice seeing how far Isaac would go for her. With a gun to his head, Isaac staunchly refuses to help [=EarthGov=]. As soon as Ellie's name is brought up, he jumps at the call.]]
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