Upon pressing play for the new Dead Space Extraction trailer, I was greeted with some gentle guitar riffs. Right away I knew this trailer was going to be all kinds of awesome. Why? Those were no ordinary guitar riffs, oh no, that was the gentle rocking song of Mogwai.
We're gonna need a clean up in isle 7, because someone spilled a bucket of body parts. Electronic Arts has released a handful of new screens for their upcoming co-op on rails shooter fot the Wii, Dead Space Extraction.
Dead Space Extraction has us intrigued. First of all, the previous Dead Space game was fairly well received, though unfortunately it was single player only. Secondly, the announcement of the game was a bit unclear. Was it a straight port of the previous game? Could the graphics capabilities of the Wii keep up? Finally, Dead Space Extraction was revealed as a two person co-op "on the rails" style shooter. This announcement caused some controversy, and many lost faith that Extraction would live up to the quality level of the first game.
Deadspace Extraction is the upcoming Wii version of last years hit survival horror game from Electronic Arts. While the original Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 game was a third person shooter, the Wii version will play like an on rails shooter. While some may balk at it, the game does support 2 player co-op, as evidence by the screen above. Speaking of screens, the folks at Cinema Blend have gotten their hands on a few new screenshots and concept art for the game.
Yesterday, we reported the announcement of Dead Space Extraction. This was great news for co-op fans, as the first Dead Space game got generally good reviews, and the Wii version added in co-op. More details have since come to light, though, that have us a bit less excited. But just a bit. Consider these quotes from execuitive producer Steve Papoutsis.
Some rather awesome co-op news comes our way this morning, from our COG Network buddies over at Colony of Gamers. Dead Space, an outer space horror/action title was recently released for PC, 360, and PS3. Most folks seemed to enjoy the game, including Co-Optimus head honcho Nick, as seen in his Beyond Co-Op Review. Unfortunately, co-op wasn't included in any form.
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