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Dead Space 2 DLC Promises More Gore on March 1st

So it looks like we get two new chapters for our trouble in the new Dead Space 2: Severed DLC pack.

Just for clarification before I post the PR speak: I have never played Dead Space Extraction and thus have no earthly idea who Gabe Weller is unless he’s the less famous brother of terribly underrated actor and ancients historian Peter Weller. …but I’m guessing that’s not right.

Anyway, PR speak ahead:

Dead Space 2: Severed extends the Dead Space 2 story with the addition of two stand-alone single-player chapters. This digital pack will take players through the haunting story of Gabe Weller, who fans will remember from the award-winning game Dead Space Extraction. As a security officer, Weller comes equipped with a one-of-a-kind security suit and an upgraded, more powerful Pulse Rifle that will help him unleash his own blood-curdling adventure across the Sprawl. Lurking behind every corner is another bloodthirsty monster but the big surprise for Weller (and fans) is the return of the Twitcher, a grotesque enemy who first appeared in the original Dead Space game.

Dead Space 2: Severed will be available March 1 worldwide on Xbox LIVE® Marketplace and the PlayStation®Network in North America for $6.99 or 560 MS Points. Dead Space 2: Severed will be available March 2 on the PlayStation®Network in Europe.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

One thought to “Dead Space 2 DLC Promises More Gore on March 1st”

  1. I had the choice of buying this or Pixeljunk Shooter 2 with the remains in my wallet.

    I bought this. I’m sorely dissapointed.

    6.99 for two short as hell chapters. The story is utter garbage. I mean REAL garbage. It may as well not have been Gabe and Lexine in it, because it explains NOTHING about the events from Extraction leading to this. It feels just like a cheapcash-in to eak a bit more money out of Dead Space 2.

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