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Dead Space 2 Limited Edition exclusive on PS3 with Dead Space Extraction; pre-order priced at $59.99

During Sony's E3 Press conference, Electronic Arts' Visceral Games announced a Dead Space 2 Limited Edition will be coming exclusively to the PlayStation 3. The Limited Edition features the Dead Space 2 PS3 game and Dead Space Extraction (in HD, with PlayStation Move support).

A listing at GameStop reveals that the Dead Space 2 Limited Edition is priced at $59.99, the same MSRP as its Xbox 360 counterpart.

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Baltis2227d ago (Edited 2227d ago )

I pre-ordered from Amazon already and it didn't say anything about Extraction at all. I'll have to wait and reorder it looks like. But the game looks to be a huge departure from the first and kind of not in a good way. We'll see.

DJexs2226d ago

this is really a great deal and it makes me want to pre order it I hope amazon does come with the extraction

RageAgainstTheMShine2226d ago (Edited 2226d ago )

I never knew anything about Dead Space but when I saw the Dead Space 2 demo at Sony E3 presentation I was blown away because it blew Resident Evil 5 out of space!

Its very Japanese yet American made!

And most of all No Japanese Cliches!

Just blatant scarefest!

Capcom must be so green with jealousy!

With Extraction Wii owners might be jealous too.

PS3 gamers are so lucky...... and spoiled rotten! ha ha ha!

Move purchase confirmed!

Sillyace922226d ago

I think it's built in the game. You'll be able to access it via the Dead Space 2 menu or extras.

HolyOrangeCows2226d ago

Medal of Honor with Move support and remastered Frontlines, Dead Space 2 with Extraction with Move support, Portal 2 with Steam connection, Mafia 2 exclusive content, Assassins Creed Brotherhood exclusive content....

Sony is all about enhancing the gameplay experience.

RageAgainstTheMShine2226d ago

PS3 being the lead platform will change everything!

Cryptech2226d ago

Lead platform indeed, did you see how many stage demos were done on a PS3 and not an XBOx, does that teach us anything?

dragunrising2226d ago

Including Dead Space Extraction is what sealed the deal for me as a multiconsole owner.

I'm excited for Move. I rented DS Extraction for the Wii and wished on more than one occasion for more accurate shooting mechanics. Nevertheless, it was a great addition to the Dead Space franchise.

I wonder if Dead Space 2 will use Move? Anyone know? It would make sense to include it although I only read of Extraction using it.

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Arsenic132226d ago

That would be a great deal. So you end up getting Extraction for free. Nice move on Sony's part. Bah, shame I get all multiplat games on 360. Same with Portal. Im torn!

seij5552226d ago

From now on, you should get multiplatforms on PC or PS3.

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Dnied2226d ago

PS3 has become the lead platform by developers choice, why not?

I used to get them all for xbox too but lately I've been switching over

raztad2226d ago

Dead Space Extraction with Move support is not a costume.

To tell the true I'm not that excited about an on-rail shooter, but it actually makes the PS3 version a better value out of the box.

weazel2226d ago (Edited 2226d ago )

Oh the horror murderdolls!!! Multiplats on the PS3?!????
Way to over react dude.
Best go and lie down in a darkened room..

Venatus-Deus2226d ago

I buy all multiplatforms for the PS3 due to 4 reasons:

Listed in order of preference/reason:

1) The noise from the dvd drive on the 360 (seriously it’s that loud)
2) Friends list
3) Controller
4) Trophies (I prefer Platinum’s to just a total score)

However somebody could same exactly the same about their preferences for using the 360 for Multiplatform’s (except the disk noise)

ViciousBoston2226d ago

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Ya know I never thought you were that huge of a fangirl but apparently you are. PS3 has become the new choice for Multiplatform games. Ubisoft, Activision, EA, Rockstar, ect. Just get used to it. Xbox got off on the market first and took away the install rate and did a great job at holding the PS3 back. I give Microsoft alot of credit for knowing how to take advantage and level a playing field. That doesn't change the fact that Sony was eventually going to pull its head out of its ass and get back to reality. Sony is the industry leader in terms of innovation in hardware and in creativity in titles. Now that PS3 has gotten the ball rolling, I don't see it stopping anytime soon especially after this years E3.

After Microsofts conference how confident do you feel about Xbox going forward? Honestly anwser without any fanboy rage. I looked at it objectively and watched their conference and I wasn't blown away. They had alot of cute moments with Kinectimals but they didn't show anything new aside Crytek working on their system exclusively. I don't know Murder but...If i was you I wouldn't be all that excited for my Xbox future.

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ThaOutKast2226d ago

Are you bound by contract or something to get all multiplats on 360? I mean I am sure you can make some exeptions for the likes of Portal 2, Medal of Honor, and Dead Space 2.

zetsuei12226d ago

and EA at the same time.

Sony its all about serious business now, going to eat some space from M$ at multiplataform so they can weaken even more the company which doesnt have any great exclusives besides Gears and Halo Reach (and maybe the Crytek one) and also doesn't have any investment on First-party developers.

The only thing Sony could do now to give the final blow its reveal a price cut at GamesCom or TGS so people from Europe can go Ape with GT5 and SingStar and Japan go crazy with GT5 (which sells there too) with Ape Escape or any other treat that Sony has behind close doors.

despair2226d ago

didn't they say Extraction and Medal of Honor Frontline was coming in every copy standard of Dead Space 2 and Medal of Honor not Limited edition, thats what I heard.

sikbeta2226d ago

Awesome, 2 Games x $60 = Day One...

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