GameZone writes: "As pretentious gamers, it's easy to write off EA as simply an outlet for shallow licensed games which are underdeveloped and quickly forgotten. I suppose it was only a matter of time before they proved us all wrong. With Dead Space, EA Redwood Shores has not only delivered a solid horror action title, but the finest entry in the horror genre since Resident Evil 4 (or BioShock if you qualify that as a horror title, I suppose).
You take on the role of Isaac Clarke, who is part of a team of engineers responding to a distress call on the USG Ishimura, a mining ship in a remote corner of the galaxy. As you might guess, there is something amiss aboard the Ishimura, and it's more than mechanical failure."