Great news for those who wanted to purchase the Dead Space games and waited patiently for a sale, as the entire franchise comes with a 75% discount on Steam. This discount is part of Steam’s Midweek Madness program and means that you can get Dead Space 1 for only 2.49 euros and Dead Space 2 for 7.50 euros.
In both Dead Space 1 and 2, gamers take on the identity of Engineer Isaac Clarke. In Dead Space, Isaac Clarke is an ordinary man on a seemingly routine mission to fix the communications systems aboard a deep space mining ship. It’s not long before Isaac awakes to a living nightmare filled with vicious genetic mutations inside a dead, claustrophobic silence. Now Isaac is cut off, trapped, and engaged in a desperate fight for survival.
In Dead Space 2 players will battle a terrifying Necromorph alien infestation in “The Sprawl”, a new massive city consumed by extraterrestrial parasites. Players must do whatever it takes to survive the city and its new inhabitants by dismembering each of the infested standing in their way. In their arsenal of defenses players can create devastating explosions, turn limbs into deadly weapons of destruction, set off trip mines, and unleash the power of telekinesis against their enemies. Players can also spread the outbreak online for the first time, destroying friends and unlocking new weapons as a human, or a Necromorph in an all-new multiplayer mode.
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