When you're trying to survive and dispatching horrible nightmarish creatures, the last thing you want to rely on is your own personal reflexes and range of movement. Yet the Nintendo Wii horror shooter Dead Space: Extraction proved that waggle immersion can make for a good entry in the genre.
If you don't have a Wii, EA is still keeping you in the loop with confirmed (previously rumored) PlayStation Network and Xbox Live Arcade ports of Extraction. Furthermore, the PSN version will support the PlayStation Move peripheral with an alternate control scheme. Finally: EA is including Extraction in every PlayStation 3 copy of Dead Space 2. Sounds full of awesome to me. (Did I do that right?)