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Publisher EA Studio EA Redwood Shores Genre Adventure
Release Dates 10/14/08 TBA 10/31/08 TBA

The game's plot revolves around Isaac Clarke, a space engineer who works for the Concordance Extraction Corporation (C.E.C), a company that repairs "giant mining ships". His company receives a distress call from the USG Ishimura, a �Planet Cracker� class ship that takes dead planets, and destroys them to extract valuable ore for the company. In the assumption that the ship has had a mechanical failure, Isaac gathers coworkers Lt. Zach Hammond, security officer, and Kendra Daniels, local Tech specialist. As they set out to meet with the ship upon the cruiser class Kellion, they soon realize that this is no ordinary distress call. The team soon finds that the ship has been overrun by a mysterious alien race. After boarding the ship, the Isaac Clarke is separated from his party and this routine check becomes a race for his life

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IGN Review 8.7

IGN - October 10, 2008

Submitted by Joe80 (2) at 5:11PM PST on October 10, 2008

Call it science fiction survival horror, but Dead Space does the genre proud with an engaging story; action that's tense, fast-paced and extremely violent; as well as atmospheric qualities that will get under your skin and make you jump. It may be a newcomer, but the seeds of an incredible franchise have been sown, and EA's in a great position to reap a phenomenal franchise full of scares. If you like survival horror, action or sci-fi, Dead Space needs to be on your radar.
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EA: Dead Space wouldn't have happened a few years ago

Video Gamer - September 22, 2008

Submitted by noobie (93) at 11:53AM PST on September 22, 2008

An EA game like Dead Space simply "wouldn't have happened" prior to the company's change of strategy two years ago, according to gameplay engineer David Yee. Following his appointment in 2007, CEO John Riccitiello has encouraged a focus on original intellectual properties - a move which has proved popular among the design staff, according to Yee.
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EA: Dead Space not banned from Germany yet

QJ - September 5, 2008

Submitted by yamaro (39) at 7:50AM PST on September 7, 2008

Earlier today, we picked up a report saying that EA's Dead Space (PS3, Xbox 360, PC) has been banned in Germany, Japan and China. According to, Electronic Arts has clarified to them that the report on a ban in Germany is not true. Rather, it is still awaiting classification from the USK. As for Japan and China, EA did not say anything about them.
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Dead Space arriving in Europe earlier than expected

PSU - August 29, 2008

Submitted by noobie (93) at 10:43AM PST on August 29, 2008

Electronic Arts has confirmed that it has bought the European release of Dead Space on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 forward to October 24, 2008. The highly anticipated Survival Horror outing was originally set to a appear in stores on October 31, though fortunately, the project was completed ahead of schedule, meaning console owners can experience the game a week early.
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