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 ~

~ Some information about the game ~

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)

~ Answer the following questions to win ~


  • 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)
Those who win will be contacted by those who Sponsor this competition.
The game will be handed on PC through Steam.
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~ I wish you good luck and may the best win ~

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

My first choice would be to make sure I can withstand the attacks. In Dead Space 1 AND 2, AND the movies, the biggest thing that made everyone die so easily is lack of protection. Sure, a simple suit is not going to do much. But when you have the full Engineer's suit, completely armored out, you are one tanky ************. Even on the harder difficulties. So, this would be one of the first things I would look for. Some kind of armor. Because the monsters are actually quite predictable and avoidable once you get the hang of it. My reasoning for this is if there's a group of them, a melee weapon isn't going to help you much anyway unless it's unbelievable sharp. But one or two of them, you can handle. And the armor will make you a lot safer in that engagement.

Of course I'm going to help them, what do you take me for?! Albeit being in a group actually puts you at greater risk because of how these things function, I don't really give a damn. DUUUH!!! I'M ISAAC CLARKE!! (Huzzah's if you get the reference)

And for the final question: Well, it's really do or die. To be honest, both situations have a very low chance of survival. Escaping in the capsule, or not. Might as well try to get off so you're not in a Necromorph-infested ship/station-thingy right?

Also: I'm not ACTUALLY participating. I couldn't play this game on my PC. I'm just having fun. =)

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

(Cont.)

And as a side-note, Dead Space 1 & 2 is probably one of the greatest games that's had the EA logo slapped on it. 2 Especially. The mechanics are smoother, the gameplay is funner, the atmosphere...Oh god the atmosphere just makes you **** yourself. Dear god. Dead Space 2 took everything from the Dead Space Formula and then had Emeril Lagasse himself KICK IT UP A NOTCH!! There are VERY few things that Dead Space 2 did wrong from the first one, and I can't even remember them right now.

If you had to start with the better game, instead of doing them in sequence, I'd start with Dead Space 2.

It's kinda like Oddworld in a way. The first one was a refreshing take on an already well-defined genre. Touching the hearts of many, and gaining the interest of them all. The second one improved EVERYTHING gameplay-wise that was wrong with the first one, and then some! And an argument can be made that the story and atmosphere is better too! But some would disagree and I understand their points too. Then...The rest are well...Just not the same. Not bad, but not the same...

Anyway, I restate that I'm not actually participating. It'd be a waste if I got it, as my PC is horrendously ******.

PS: If all of that isn't enough to convince you this game is good, I don't know what will. =)

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SomeGuyNamedTom
SomeGuyNamedTom

1. If I was stuck on a spaceship, the very first thing I would do would to find any and all supplies that can help me escape from said spaceship.

2. If I only had fighting weapons, I would leave that person to die, depending on the monster and who they are. If it's a random construction worker, I'm going to avoid him. If it's the chief medical officer, I would try to save him since he could probably help me later on.

3. If there were a bunch of monsters in the way of the capsule, I would try to wait them out, 'cause those monsters can't use it! It would sit there while I possibly made a sound trap or something really loud to distract them from there. Then I could probably take on any monsters left, since most monsters are attracted to sounds (in video games). Then I would escape and blow up the spaceship, since no-one wants that floating around space waiting to be found.

Side note: I just got Dead Space and started playing that today, and I have to say that it is a really freakin good game. The atmosphere is nice and the monsters scare the **** out of me. Judging by TemplarFreak's comment, I would assume that the second one is better than the first, which is really saying something.

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

I've played Deadspace 1 and 2 both thoroughly, multiple times. I get more enjoyment out of the second, but I get a few more chills and scares out of the first.

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Bisszy4ever
Bisszy4ever

Question 1: I would find the controls of the ship and drive the ship back to a planet and sell it on Ebay, then with the money I would buy Dead Space 3 or throw in money for a Death Star.

Question 2: I would strip down naked and throw my self towards the monster and sacrifice my body for the person.

Question 3: I would tell the monsters to go to the Capsule and they would get in the capsule so I get a free ship to my self. If they started chasing me if they saw me then I would pretend I'm one of them by going behind one and biting its arm or something. Then they would fear me ( Or kill me) and then I could go to the capsule and escape playing classic 80s music.

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Feldwebel_Injustice
Feldwebel_Injustice

1. I'd need to get to the bridge, establish communication with the closest ship or at least try to get headquarters if they could send a rescue/extraction team to get whoever's left alive.

2. I'm not gonna help the fella, the monsters are probably deadly enough to rip his guts out like there's no tomorrow. I'd hide somewhere.

3. Run, run, run. If I had an adrenaline shot, I would use it before I make a run for it. Should I be killed... God knows at least I tried.

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yone
yone

1. I do need to look carefully around and check if there is an extinguiser around, and if it yes I would take it and check if you get propeled as you would do with a jetpack too.

2. I am going tonp help only if I do tiuch or smell him, because I don't want to fall into a mirage... Nothing worse than being dead by an illusion.

3. If those monster are any sort of humanish way of life I would bribe them with... My spaceship, anyway it's infected by dozens of them so possibly it will be excited to proclame itself "The ******* king of this spaceshit"
If that fails, I would fight by myself unitl the end.

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