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How many copies will Dead Space sell in the US in October?
(10/5/08 - 11/1/08)

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Publisher EA Studio EA Redwood Shores Genre Action
Release Dates 10/14/08 TBA 10/24/08 TBA

A new survival horror - first-person shooter franchise by EA, using the Unreal Engine 3. Being compared to the movie Event Horizon.

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Gamespot tests alpha client

Gamespot - June 6, 2008

Submitted by BishopB (204) at 12:22PM PST on June 11, 2008

Dead Space is an amazing-looking game, both technically and artistically. Using a custom-built engine, the environments and lighting effects are perfect for a survival horror game. A few artistic flourishes also really add to the atmosphere. The inventory system is particularly noteworthy because it's projected alongside Isaac as a 3D display. It's a striking depiction of the technology of the future because you can pan the camera round and see the menu as if it physically existed.
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Dead Space Scares Up Earlier Release Date

Kotaku - September 4, 2008

Submitted by necron101 (55) at 8:55PM PST on September 4, 2008

By Halloween, you may have already burned through EA's scary space adventure twice, as the publisher announced that it would be bringing the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Dead Space to retail on October 14. That's a full week earlier than its previous calendar rijiggering.
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Dead Space Hands-on Preview

Teamxbox - May 17, 2008

Submitted by Benopolis (117) at 6:26PM PST on May 17, 2008

Back in October, TeamXbox brought you a first look at the rather sexy-looking survival horror shooter slated for release on Halloween of 2008. Dead Space is set on an enormous mining space ship a couple hundred years in the future, and takes its sci-fi inspirations from the finest of literary science fiction traditions. More recently, EA gave us the opportunity to actually get our hands on the game and feel how it actually played for ourselves.
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Reviews Liven Up Dead Space Sales

Edge - November 10, 2008

Submitted by rjboettcher (366) at 9:50AM PST on November 17, 2008

"While reviews for Dead Space generated some positive buzz, there's still always a question mark that follows the release of virtually any new, unproven IP. However, one analyst says that the EA Redwood Shores-developed game has likely exceeded U.S. retailers' and EA's own sales expectations. In his NPD preview, Jesse Divnich with Electronic Entertainment Design and Research believes the game, released on October 14, sold 470,000 during its opening month in the U.S."
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Dead Space to get $150 Ultra Limited Edition

Ars Technica - September 25, 2008

Submitted by noobie (101) at 11:26AM PST on September 25, 2008

For those looking to really get into the Dead Space universe, this version of the game will come with the two other announced multimedia projects: an animated DVD and 160-page graphic novel. In addition to the DVD, comic, and of course the game, the special edition will also include: * special Ultra Limited Edition packaging * bonus content DVD * exclusive lithograph art * 97 page art book * Ishimura crew patch
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