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Dead Space (PC)

Platform : Windows
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  • Strategic dismemberment-Shear off limbs with powerful weapons as you carve a bloody path through the alien hordes. Find ways to neutralize attacking enemies effectively or they'll keep coming at you. When ammo runs low, use telekinesis to pick up objects-even the enemies' own arms and legs!-and fire them at anything that stands in your way
  • Terror in the far reaches of space-A blood-curdling interactive horror experience features state-of-the art graphics and effects, a panic-inducing audio system, and a truly frightening atmosphere of death and despair
  • Real Zero G-Battle relentless enemies and crack challenging puzzles in unprecedented zero-gravity environments that reinvent survival horror
  • Uncover the horrific truth-Cut through the harrowing mystery to stop the alien onslaught. Discover the tragic story of the Ishimura's downfall through the final, frantic logs of the ship's hideously transformed crew.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Windows
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: DVD-ROM
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B0019840GW
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 24 Oct. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (164 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,302 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard

Product Description

When an immense mining ship, the USG Ishimura, comes into contact with a mysterious alien artifact in a remote star system, its communications with Earth are mysteriously cut off. Engineer Isaac Clarke is sent to repair the Ishimura’s communications array, but he arrives to find a living nightmare—the ship is a floating bloodbath, the crew unspeakably mutilated and infected by an ancient alien scourge. Clarke’s repair mission becomes one of survival as he fights not just to save himself, but to return the artifact to the planet … at any cost.

  • Strategic dismemberment—Shear off limbs with powerful weapons as you carve a bloody path through the alien hordes. Find ways to neutralize attacking enemies effectively or they’ll keep coming at you. When ammo runs low, use telekinesis to pick up objects—even the enemies’ own arms and legs!—and fire them at anything that stands in your way.
  • Terror in the far reaches of space—A blood-curdling interactive horror experience features state-of-the art graphics and effects, a panic-inducing audio system, and a truly frightening atmosphere of death and despair.
  • Real Zero G—Battle relentless enemies and crack challenging puzzles in unprecedented zero-gravity environments that reinvent survival horror.
  • Uncover the horrific truth—Cut through the harrowing mystery to stop the alien onslaught. Discover the tragic story of the Ishimura’s downfall through the final, frantic logs of the ship’s hideously transformed crew.

 

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When an immense mining ship, the USG Ishimura, comes into contact with a mysterious alien artifact in a remote star system, its communications with Earth are mysteriously cut off. Engineer Isaac Clarke is sent to repair the Ishimura's communications array, but he arrives to find a living nightmare - the ship is a floating bloodbath, the crew unspeakably mutilated and infected by an ancient alien scourge. Clarke's repair mission becomes one of survival as he fights not just to save himself, but to return the artifact to the planet ... at any cost.

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Arron Blocksidge on 27 May 2011
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
Bought this game as it had gone down in price and what a bargain! Ok so the game is very linear and you pretty much just follow the route you are given (which is literally marked on the floor when you press a certain button) but the fun comes from trying to stay alive and not mess up your pants in the process!

The graphics are excellent and gameplay is smooth. Unusually for a game of this genre you have a third person perspective directly behind the player but I quickly got used to it and has the advantage of being able to see if a monster is attacking you from behind.

The monsters are very creative and grotesque and to kill them you have to shoot their limbs off which is nice.

I was constantly on edge playing this game because at any moment some creature could jump out of vent or appear from the darkness and I lost count of the amount of times I jumped in this game!

Fantastic game and I will definitely be getting the second installment in the near future.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By JezB on 7 Feb. 2012
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
Really sad to see some of the disappointing ratings for this title on here as for me this is the best game I've ever played, and the nearest thing you'll ever find to playing the film Alien on a PC.

I've got an above average spec system and managed to max out all setting in super smooth 1920 x 1080. The graphics detail of the ship is excellent, and the level design completes the feeling of isolation in space as you travel up and down the tram system, completing objectives and trying to work out what's happened.

The beauty of this game is that you have plenty of time to take in the current scenery, soaking up the atmosphere, and then go for the big shoot-out when you feel ready for it. Every new task is a reward of ticking off the classic sci-fi scene checklist. From Bio Lab to Hydroponics bay it references a number of great films and is brilliant eye candy.

The real stand out feature for me is the health & comm's display built into your man's suit. I especially like the holographic video pop-ups when your companions are contacting you.. it hits all my sci-fi geek buttons. The voice acting is also believable and extremely atmospheric.

The game is really terrifying with the amusingly gruesome deaths, viscously mutated monsters, and the fading in psycho style music preparing you for another slasher moment.

For the few pounds on here it's a 2012 bargain.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By sft on 8 April 2012
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
Okay, let's get the bad out of the way first. The controls for the PC version of this otherwise good game are the worst I have ever encountered. I won't go into detail but they're so awkward they almost spoiled the game for me. Almost. (There are also some truly annoying problems with camera and viewpoint angles, but don't get me started on that!) But what about the good? DEAD SPACE succeeds, despite the aforementioned problems, mainly because it oozes atmosphere. This is a very claustrophobic game that sucks you in and really does induce anxiety. You will jump many times, trust me. The story is okay, within the usual limitations of such games, the voice acting is uniformly convincing, and the graphics are good but not outstanding. Where this game excels is in the way it draws you in; immerses you in it's dark atmosphere. This is a game that makes your palms sweat, which is exactly what it's supposed to do.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By NeuroSplicer TOP 500 REVIEWER on 21 Oct. 2008
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Standard
When EA keeps giving birth to such beautiful stillborn babies (killed by the decision to bundle another infamous SecuROM 7+/LIMITED ACTIVATIONS scheme), one can only ask: WHAT HAVE ITS EXECUTIVES BEEN SMOKING?!

MASS EFFECT can be found in clearance bins only months after its release; SPORE undersold miserably; EA's stock was hit hard because of these failures (way BEFORE the market dive) - and yet, no one seems to be awake at the helm.
By insisting on slipping in such problematic and hated DRM scheme in DEAD SPACE (and RED ALERT 3 in a week), EA proves in how little respect it holds its own customers. Of course, calling "pirates and petulant children" the 3,100 Amazon reviewers that rated with 1-star the, similarly plagued, SPORE should have been an early hint.

SecuROM 7+ has ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO DO WITH FIGHTING PIRACY. Proof: both MASS EFFECT and SPORE (as with BIOSHOCK last year) were pirated hours within (if not...before) their release - and if I can find this by simply Googling it, so can anyone.... I would bet dollars to donuts that EA is well aware of this - yet keeps bundling SecuROM 7+ although it severely hurts its sales! Ever wonder why?

SecuROM has always been more about data-mining and reporting back to its occasional mothership than...fighting piracy. That is why even FREE demos contain SecuROM. And that is why completely uninstalling a game plagued with SecuROM will NOT remove SecuROM - which will keep playing havoc with your system.

Lately, these security concerns have been accentuated as known Trojans seem to be exploiting SecuROM's backdoor access for their own purposes. In effect, installing a SecuROM-infected game in our computer will be placing your hardware and data at risk long after having uninstalled the game.
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