A couple of weeks ago we told you about the availability of the final episode of "Misplaced Affection", a four-part animated mini-series that took place in the Dead Space videogame universe.
When I was visiting EA the other month to check out Dead Space and meet some of the people behind the game (read about it here), the game's lead, Glen Schofield, mentioned that they had consulted with a bunch of big name directors on the project for their advice and input.
We've been all over EA's upcoming survival horror game Dead Space for months now, and we're all giddy that the big day is finally approaching.
Just a quick update on what is looking like one of the best horror titles this generation. Shack News reports that Dead Space has seen its release pushed up into mid-October. Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 gamers can expect to get their hands on it on October 14th now with PC owners having to wait a few days for an October 20th release.
The team behind the upcoming survival horror game Dead Space apparently have a much larger story than even a prequel comic, animated movie, and video game can tell. Today they’ve kicked off yet another horrific facet of the Dead Space universe: No Known Survivors.com.
In this part of space ... everyone will hear you scream! That's because after you've had your nerves shattered while playing the upcoming survival horror game, Dead Space, you can pop in the companion film and see how your tale started! Just think -- you'll be able to experience hours of intergalactic fright without ever having to leave your couch!
Dead Space isn’t as surprising now as it was when it was first revealed. A game coming from a creatively rejuvenated EA games, that sits amongst a slate of other promising looking, brand new ideas. It wasn’t incredibly surprising when it was first unveiled either. But you have to think back to how we used to look at EA games a couple of years back.
So EA was kind enough to fly me out to the west coast to visit their studios and to check out Dead Space. I got a chance to hang out with some of the team and there was a roundtable with a few presentations, as well. I’ll be detailing those later, but first things first I want to write up my experiences playing the game.
There's no question Dead Space is one title that fans of the survival horror genre have been clamoring for. So we made it our business to seek out the playable game at this past Comic-Con along with its senior producer Chuck Beaver to get you the goods on it!
We just got a heads up from the good folks at EA Games that two new video pieces are now live for their forthcoming horror game Dead Space. First up we have a new developer’s diary called “Creating Terror” which will further solidfy that these guys know what they’re doing in our genre. Dig:
On October 21st, EA Games is going to unleash one of the most anticipated horror video games of the year, Dead Space. The game would be enough to satisfy any genre fan but to sweeten the deal, EA is going cross media to make the story more tangible with a comic and animated film.
Could it be? A trailer for a video game that was so extreme, it was actually banned? That’s what EA Games is telling us about the “Lullaby Trailer” for the upcoming survival horror game Dead Space.
We love James Wan around these parts. Not only has he made a few kickass horror films, but he’s also a great guy. EA Games seem to be on a mission to show us horror fans that despite having rarely entered our genre, this October’s Dead Space comes from a team of people that really know their stuff when it comes to horror.
We first gave you guys word that EA Games and Starz Media were teaming up to make an animated prequel to Dead Space a few months back (“Dead Space Gets Animated” - March 2008). At the time specifics were sketchy at best, but finally we have a bit more to share!
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