Dead Space

Dead Space is a third-person shooter survival horror video game developed by EA Redwood Shores (now Visceral Games) for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game was released on all platforms through October 2008. The game puts the player in control of an engineer named Isaac Clarke, who battles the Necromorphs, reanimated human corpses, aboard an interstellar mining ship, the USG Ishimura. The game was met with positive critical reception, and has sold over 2 million copies. Dead Space 2 and Dead Space 3 were released on January 25, 2011 and February 5, 2013, respectively.
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  • Get Titanfall For $10 off Amazon

    …. Note that this $10 deal is only available in the U.S. Other notable titles on sale include Mass Effect 3 and Dead Space 3, both for $8 and lots of Fallout and Bioshock materials for as low as $2.49. You can find the entire list of digital content on Amazon. If you haven’t had the chance to play several of these games or you’ve been skeptical, you’ll…

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  • The beejezus files: the scariest games I’ve played

    …, where every sound made you jump. Using the torch meant you had limited offensive capabilities and very few things died to a torch wack. Doom 3 kept you on your toes and in near constant panic for most of the experience, until the survival horror weakness and the repeat visits to the same environments kill the mood. System Shock 2: I never got…

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  • 10 Scariest Video Game Aliens

    …, they all pale in comparison to The Flood. Their name is a hint, as the parasitic organism doesn’t confine itself only to the sentient creatures it takes over. Acting like a magnified virus, The Flood’s only desire is to attack, kill, and consume any and all life capable of supporting it. And in a rather cruel twist, they also happen to be fairly…

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  • How Battlefield Hardline Takes Cues from Hollywood

    …-player campaign. So, PlayStation.Blog sat down with Senior Producer Steve Anthony, who’s helping to bring the single-player portion of the game to PlayStation in early 2015. “At Visceral we’re very proud of our lineage when it comes to single-player stories,” explains Anthony. “What we’ve done for Battlefield Hardline is to take influence from…

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  • Dead Space Franchise “Not Dead,” Claims Visceral Games

    …Remember a few months ago when EA Studios EVP Patrick Soderlund said that even if a new Dead Space game isn’t in development, that it was “absolutely” possible for a future installment? This same sentiment has been echoed by Visceral Games Executive Producer Steve Papoutsis in a recent interview. Speaking to Kotaku UK, Papoutsis says that to him…

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  • Dead Space: Missing, But Not Dead

    … "Is Dead Space dead?", I asked Steve Papoutsis at the end of an interview about Battlefield: Hardline - the game Visceral is now making in lieu of a Dead Space 4. Here's what Hardline's executive producer said back to me, in what some people call 'an answer': Read more... …

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  • Daft Punk Should Create A Video Game Soundtrack

    …” or “Robot Rock,” for example? I could imagine Cortana sitting in Master Chief’s implant while singing “Digital Love” to herself; it really wouldn’t surprise me. “Steam Machine” sounds like it could be used for a Dead Space commercial, and I could probably continue making pairs and references all day. Their music simply fits with the sci-fi genre in gaming…

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  • Deluxe, Light-Up Dead Space 3 Isaac Clarke Figure

    … Compared to the $400 Titanfall Titan , Threezero's new $190 Dead Space 3 Isaac Clarke figure is a downright bargain. Check out it's light-up features, super-articulation, multiple weapons, and swappable head below: Read more... …

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  • Moar Dead Space? “Absolutely” Promises EA.

    …I'm sure there are many games on peoples lists that certain publishers didn't show or even mention at E3 this year, Dead Space was certainly one of them, but Visceral, the developers behind the space-themed survival horror game, do have a lot on their plates at the moment with Star Wars: Battlefront, and of course, Battlefield Hardline…

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