If you haven’t looked into the Dead Space series yet, now might be the time to do so! EA dropped both the original Dead Space 1 and its sequel by 40% on the EA Store, putting the original Dead Space at $11.99 and Dead Space 2 at $23.99. That sets your total to $35.98 This is the download version only, but honestly if you do some searching you can probably find physical copies for a similar price.
Either way, this one is available right here and now for playing. So if you’re feeling a survival horror itch, it might be a good idea to pounce on this deal. The sale lasts all weekend.
Already dying for some more Dead Space 2 action on your Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3? Get ready because on March 1st, two new stand alone single player missions will be available for $6.99 on PSN, or 560 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live.
Severed follows Gabe Weller, who fought through the nightmares of Dead Space: Extraction. This security officer comes outfitted with his own special suit along with an upgraded Pulse Rifle to mow down the Necromorphs. Fans of the original Dead Space are getting a bit of a treat here though. A monsters from the original will be returning: the Twitcher.
You can check out the announcement trailer right after the jump.
Along with their Demo announcement Visceral has released a new trailer. The trailer is full of demon runes, Issac Clarke face, and jet boots, also a little bit of Necromorph death. Check out the full trailer after the jump.
Dead Space 2 is getting it’s Singleplayer demo a mere 3 days before Christmas Eve. The Dead Space 2 Demo will be available on 360 worldwide on the 21st of December while the PS3 demo will come out on the same day in the US on PS3, but 1 day later on the 22nd for the UK.
I absolutely loved the polish and atmosphere that I got from Dead Space and I am hoping for something like an Aliens 2 where they just take that and make it with more bit more malice on the part of Issac Clarke.
Dead Space 2 is following a trend of shooters now to bring Multiplayer to titles that don’t seem to need it. On the bright side, they are putting more of a focus on a Left 4 Dead style multiplayer rather than a, ‘oh no, we both have guns lets shoot each other’ approach.
After the jump you can check out the latest trailer featuring the miners fending off against the Necromorphs while trying to complete objectives. There are also three new multiplayer screens. Dead Space 2 is set for January 2011 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC
Dead Space is a title hard to imagine with an online multiplayer mode, but Dead Space 2 is adding just that. Previously, very few details were known, but GameTrailers got an exclusive trailer that shows us exactly what will be going on in the online realm of Dead Space 2.
The title seems to have a very Left 4 Dead style set up where four players attempt to survive while other players play the mutant zombie things, or whatever they are called.
This seems to be the only mode they have shown off in the trailer. If there are any other modes, we have yet to hear about them. I wouldn’t be surprised if they completely ditch all human on human action with guns, especially with Dead Space’s control set up.
Hit the jump to have a look yourself.
Do you like Dead Space 2? Enough to look at nine screen shots? Then hop over the jump to look at nine full screen shots. No dismembered screen shots here. Just nine full screen shots.
You can be sure Dead Space 2 will be at E3 in some way shape or form. EA’s media briefing will be on June 14th at 2PM PST.
Once again, screen shots are after the jump.
While there is no gameplay here, there is still quite a bit to look at including new enemies and environments.
While this is the first trailer, it is the second video we have seen. You can check out the last piece of footage here which shows a little bit of gameplay.
Dead Space 2 is set for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.
At a panel at PAX, Viscearl Games gave a quick look at Dead Space 2. While it isn’t much, it does show off the new jet pack and a train environment.
The footage is off screen, so it is difficult to tell how it compares to the first game visually. But any footage is better then no footage.
You can check out the video after the jump. It takes a few seconds to start, but the wait isn’t too terribly long.
As we heard earlier, Dead Space 2 didn’t have a PC listing in EA’s fiscal results and a EA employee said they currently had no plans on a PC version. EA’s Jeff Green turned PC gamers frown upside down on his twitter saying “Rumor fact check: There *will* be a PC version of Dead Space 2. Worry not!”
PC fans rejoiced, and then he turned his statement back around. “Fact checking my fact check: Dead Space 2 PC is just “Under Consideration.“
So we are for the most part back to where we were earlier today. Although the “Under Consideration” comment is a bit better then just saying no plans.