The lone survivor of a horrific alien infestation finds himself confronting a new nightmare. No one expects to come in contact with the marker without being affected. Battling dementia, hunted by the government who want to pry open the secrets he has, and haunted by visions of his dead girlfriend... Isaac will do whatever it takes to save himself.

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~ Dead Space 2 ~

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The game begins in the asylum on the Sprawl, a densely populated space station surrounding a shard of Titan, one of Saturn's moons.Isaac Clarke awakens with no memory of the past 3 years since Aegis VII, having just been awoken by Franco Delille (protagonist of Dead Space Ignition), who is attempting to free him. The already-ongoing Necromorph outbreak claims Franco's life, leaving Isaac to escape on his own.

Soon, he is contacted by Daina Le Guin, a woman claiming to have a cure for his "condition". He is also contacted by fellow patient Nolan Stross (a main character from Dead Space: Aftermath), who endured a treatment similar to Isaac's.Daina explains that Sprawl administrator Hans Tiedemann is building a new Marker using information encoded in Isaac and Stross' brains.

She also claims that a self-replicating signal was imprinted on Isaac's mind by his previous encounter with the Marker, putting his life in grave danger, which Tiedeman kept in check with memory suppressants. Ignoring Stross, Isaac fights his way through the city (still filled with survivors trying to escape the Necromorphs) to reach Daina. Along the way, Isaac experiences hallucinations of Nicole, which become more vivid as "she" tries to deter him from his task.

Upon his arrival, Daina, a Unitologist agent, has Isaac restrained, claiming that they need him to build more Markers to spread Convergence, an event foretold in Unitology, across the universe; however, an EarthGov gunship strikes, killing Daina and her associates and allowing Isaac to escape.

Game Competition (Dead Space2)

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  • Question 01: If you had ended up in a spaceship, what would have been your first choice to do?
  • Question 02: You hear someone who needs help, who is attacked by monsters. But you have no guns just fighting weapons. Would you still tried to help that person?
  • Question 03: You see a rescue capsule that can get you away from the spaceship, but there are monsters in the way that make it so you do not get to rescue capsule. Will you still try and beat your way through the monsters, even though this can cost your life?

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Three lucky winners will be drawn in this competition.
This competition will expire 08.08.2014 - (The competition is now closed)
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The lone survivor of a horrific alien infestation finds himself confronting a new nightmare. No one expects to come in contact with the marker without being affected. Battling dementia, hunted by the government who want to pry open the secrets he has...
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Thanoshld Mar 6 2015 says:

Loved this game. Still hating EA.

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Painkiller[DANIEL] Dec 20 2013 says:

I finish this game and it's ******* awsome VERY much work of visceral games.

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Roguelike89 Sep 4 2013 says:

EA Games: Great releases, ****** business practices.

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TheUnbeholden Jun 11 2013 says:

If anyone hates having the "DLC suits and weapons there costing $0 credits", just grab the original version of your exe and replace the one currently in Dead Space folder. Everything the patch did should be reversed.

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Guest Nov 11 2012 says:

Interesting. A great game with EA's name on it, and no one is here complaining about how horrible of a company EA is. TONS of indie games under their belt, no one complaining there either. EA makes some of the greatest games possible by providing the funds, and all they ask is that their investment has a return. Everyone thinks that makes them greedy, and all the intelligent people who understand business think you're all stupid. Quit complaining about EA for the worst reasons. It's a corporation, of course there will be things about them that you don't like. Guess what, they make games happen, and some of the best ones in the world have been because of them.

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TheUnbeholden Jan 29 2013 replied:

EA games has had many issues with poor customer service. Including not responding properly to complaints, adding a computer harming device to their games (SecuROM), and most recently, adding Spyware, the origin software scans your computer and logs all your files, hardware profiles and program data to see if there are any other EA games on your PC, as well as a few other things (like personal information). Agreeing to Origin's TOS effectively gives EA permission to this and sell the info to 3rd parties. What does this have to do with EA "being a business". Invading privacy (it's illegal for a business you work for to give out your personal information yet this program pretty much gives them permission to do this?) and selling broken games that won't work as soon as your internet gets a lagspike?

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Dead Space 2
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Highest Rated (3 agree) 7/10

What made Dead Space 2 a successful sequel, in my opinion, was that it built so well on the original formula. Not a whole lot was significantly changed except for the addition of multiplayer (which I have yet to try, as it is online only) and the revamping of the sequences without gravity (which they did a great job of, these were really cumbersome in the original). The Sprawl, where much of the game takes place, is full of very interesting environments, which I think the game really benefited from…

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