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Cast overview:
Gabe Weller (voice)
Nathan McNeill (voice)
Lexine Murdoch (voice)
Jon Cartwright ...
Warren Eckhardt (voice)
Ryan McCluskey ...
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Catherine 'Karen' Howel / Additional Voices (voice)
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Nicole Brennan (voice)
Andrew Chaikin ...
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body horror | 26th century | See All (2) »


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28 September 2009 (USA)  »

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A half-decent throwaway shooter
28 November 2013 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

The Wii motion controller inspired many developers to take advantage of the console with rail-shooter spin-offs of games that were successful on the PlayStation and Xbox. Dead Space, the chilling 2008 survival horror got its very own rail-shooter in the form of Dead Space: Extraction. It's not a great game, and you'll forget about it soon after playing, but it fills the time if you have some to spare.

The story takes place before the events of the first game aboard the Ishimura spaceship and switches the POV from about 5 different characters. There's not much atmosphere, and the lack of free movement can be quite frustrating. All you have to do is point and shoot at monsters, while frequently waiting through very long, unskippable dialogue scenes. It can get quite tedious and deters from playing levels again and again.

It's just not fast enough, or at least it's not fast in the right places. While the main series has a loyal fan following I can't see this disposable spin-off winning over any non-fans. I did find the character of Lexine to be impossible cute though.

Graphics B- Sound B Gameplay C Lasting Appeal C

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