Jay Van Beveren from TalkingAboutGames writes: A few weeks ago, Electronic Arts invited us out to get a look at some of their upcoming titles for their 2009 lineup. While Dead Space Extraction was behind closed doors, it was only so that we'd get a chance to experience the game as it was meant to be played: in the dark, with no distractions, so that the Necromorphs jumping out of the ceilings and walls would scare the begeezus out of us.
We have to admit, Extraction surprised us. The game not only looks impressive for a Wii title, it plays well. Fans of the original may already balk at the on-rails nature of its gameplay, but Dead Space Extraction is looking like a worthy entry in the series, and anyone that loved the original game would be wise to keep their eyes on this.
The game includes a co-op mode as well as some multiplayer content, but EA is keeping the details on those two modes under wraps until E3. For now, hit the jump and check out our interview with newly renamed Visceral Games, as we ask them about what to expect from Dead Space Extraction.