We just got finished publishing our review of Dead Space 2 for the console when we discovered that EA Mobile announced a version of the game for all iOS devices. EA says that this version of the game “features a distinctive storyline” that can only be played on an iOS device. Which means console players can download this version and still have a unique experience while away from their home theater setup.
Included in this version are two all-new weapons – the Plasma Saw and Core Extractor – plus three more weapons from the Dead Space universe. New weapons, upgrading power nodes, and suit packs are also available for purchase in-game from the contextual Store or Weapon Upgrade Bench. Lastly, there are up to six varied environments where you’ll battle Necromorphs with simple swipe and tap controls.
You can buy Dead Space right now from the App store for $6.99.
About Dead Space for iOS devices
Dead Space for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch features a distinctive storyline that can only be played on an iOS device. Dead Space features a fully voice-acted stereo soundtrack and orchestrated score and sound effects bring the game’s tension to life. Cutting-edge visuals that are rich in effects and atmospheric lighting help recreate the cinematic horror of the console experience and set a new benchmark for graphical fidelity on the iOS platform. Additional features include two all-new weapons – the Plasma Saw and Core Extractor – plus three more weapons from the Dead Space universe to assist players with the business of strategic dismemberment. In addition to the true physics based Kinesis and Stasis Modules, weapon upgrading power nodes, weapons, and suit packs are also available for purchase in-game from the contextual Store or Weapon Upgrade Bench. Specially designed controls have also been added to keep players focused on the action and the on-screen HUD is seamlessly integrated into the game environment. Players can navigate six varied environments and battle Necromorphs with simple swipe and tap controls that offer accessibility without sacrificing depth.
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