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EA Announces Dead Space 2 Extraction Limited Edition For PS3

The limited edition will include a free copy of Dead Space Extraction for PS3.

EA has recently announced that they are launching a limited edition of Dead Space 2 exclusively for PlayStation 3 in North America. The Limited edition will include a high definition version of Dead Space Extraction for PlayStation 3.

The new version of Dead Space Extraction will be playable with PlayStation Move or the standard Sixaxis and Dualshock 3 controllers. The title will also support trophies. EA announced that Dead Space Extraction will also be available as a standalone title through the PlayStation Store.

Press Release


LOS ANGELES, Jun 15, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Experience the panic before the terror! At the Sony Press Briefing during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), Visceral Games(TM), a studio of Electronic Arts Inc. (ERTS 16.17, +0.16, +1.00%) today announced that an exclusive Limited Edition* of Dead Space(TM) 2 will be released on the PlayStation(R)3 computer entertainment system. The Limited Edition will include the award-winning Dead Space Extraction, the prequel to the entire Dead Space saga, now featuring support for the PlayStation(R)Move motion controller. Launching January 25, 2011, Dead Space 2 will unleash a truly epic Action Horror experience that will bring the psychological thrills of deep space to a terrifying new level.

The Dead Space 2 Limited Edition will include Dead Space Extraction in full HD for the first time ever. Dead Space Extraction on PlayStation 3 will offer the entire single-player game complete with all-new trophy support, as well as co-op gameplay, using the new PlayStation Move motion controller, in addition to the standard DUALSHOCK(R)3 and SIXAXIS(TM) controllers. Players will be armed with an arsenal of weaponry and an easy-to-use control system customized to take full advantage of the capabilities of PlayStation Move. Dead Space Extraction will also be sold separately as a standalone game via the PlayStation Store.

"We're thrilled to couple two terrifying experiences in one box. With the Limited Edition, PlayStation 3 fans will receive real insight into the cause of the necromorph infestation and the destruction that followed. This is the genesis of the dark and twisted world Isaac inhabits," said Steve Papoutsis, Executive Producer on Dead Space 2. "The addition of support for PlayStation Move allows us to bring a truly unique experience that was previously unavailable to players and we can't wait to see what they think."

Dead Space 2 will be on display at the EA booth #1601 South Hall during (E3).

Dead Space 2 is being developed for the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360(R) video game and entertainment system and the PC. This product has not yet been rated by ESRB or PEGI. For additional information and news, visit www.deadspacegame.com , follow us on twitter www.twitter.com/isaacclarke or become a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/deadspace .

* Available in North America only, while supplies last.


 

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Lukasz Balicki Staff Alumnus

06/20/2010 at 10:03 AM

That is a really great deal. EA has been pretty awesome with bonuses for early adopters recently.

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Chris Mabrey Staff Alumnus

06/20/2010 at 05:24 PM

I was also happy to hear about this edition. Dead Space: Extraction was surprisingly well done. And paired with Dead Space 2, even better!

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