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Post by Dan @ 01:06pm 19/02/09 | 5 Comments
EA recently revealed that their sci-fi action-horror title Dead Space - met with wide acclaim on the PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 - would be making it's way to the Nintendo Wii. Considering graphical prowess was one of the winning qualities of the title, many were skeptical as to how it might hold up on the Wii.

Today we get our first glimpse at the game in action with the debut trailer for Dead Space: Extraction. It's a bit of a teaser, but does offer a couple of gameplay snippets to pass early judgement on. See for yourself right here on AusGamers.












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Spook
Posted 01:08pm 19/2/09
hmmm, you dont really get much of a look . .. . .

Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:38pm 19/2/09
Looks like it's either an FPS or an on-rails shooter
ViscoS
Posted 01:49pm 19/2/09
So it just lost anything that made it unique and exciting?
icewyrm
Posted 01:52pm 19/2/09
There was something to lose?
Dan
Posted 02:14pm 19/2/09
Yeah, it is looking very house of the dead'ish eh.
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