Received well by the general gaming population (and earning a Silver Billy in our Beyond Co-Op Review), Dead Space was no slouch of a game. To be brutally honest, another single-player-only affair would afford the series well.
And yet, EA knows that co-op -- when done right -- can open up a whole new way to play.
PSExtreme caught wind of a survey that was going around, asking players what they'd like to see in a new Dead Space title...
Several sources have received a "Tell Us What You Think" e-mail, which consists of a survey that asks questions regarding the impending Dead Space sequel. For example, it asks what type of modes do we enjoy the most, if we're interested in co-op gameplay, and whether or not we'd get a kick out of a Zero-G Deathmatch.
It's good to know that even while throwing bones to the co-op crowd (Pandemic's Mercenaries 2 and Lord of the Rings: Conquest, Wii shooter Dead Space: Extraction, and Army of Two: The 40th Day, among others), EA is looking for ways to introduce features into their games that promotes cooperative play.