With 2008 survival horror third-person shooter Dead Space, EA created a hit title. Dead Space went on to spawn a sequel, a rail-shooter spin-off and a puzzle game, animated films, comic books, and a novel. But according to one insider, EA is just getting started.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Necromorph slayers looking for more dismemberment will want to keep an eye out for the new Dead Space 2 expansion, Severed, coming (only) to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network soon. Let's see half of Dead Space 2: Severed's stars in action.
Dead Space Extraction is one of my favorite games on the Wii and it's been re-issued as a PlayStation 3 game. I've tried it. It holds up.
Visceral Games' first batch of downloadable content for Dead Space 2 is Severed, a single-player add-on starring Gabe Weller and Lexine Murdock from Dead Space Extraction. Severed will hit the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live in the coming weeks.
Poor sales of MadWorld and House of the Dead: Overkill shook Sega's resolve over mature titles for the Nintendo Wii, but it took an EA title to finally break the publisher's enthusiasm for releasing adult Wii titles.
With a new Super Mario Bros. title to tide fans over, and plenty of third-party software, this year's Wii offering includes an eclectic mix of games. But which to buy?
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles may have shown better a month ago, but the preview build I saw yesterday had the unfortunate fate of trying to follow-up last month's EA's on-rails shooter, Dead Space Extraction.
Light is shed on the events leading up to the original game in Dead Space Extraction, the rail-shooter prequel to EA's Dead Space.
Surprising in more good ways than bad, Dead Space Extraction is the Wii Sports Tennis of so-called hardcore games on the Wii.
Not one to be left behind, Electronics Art has announced that another one of their video games will be getting a comic book outing at this week's San Diego Comic-Con.
When he wasn't expressing excitement that one of the people attending his demo writes for legendary horror magazine Fangoria, the executive producer of Dead Space Extraction was letting us experience EA's bravest Wii game. These devs like the gore.