Dead Space: Extraction (Nintendo Wii) £9.73 delivered @ The Hut
Dead Space: Extraction (Nintendo Wii) £9.73 delivered @ The Hut

Dead Space: Extraction (Nintendo Wii) £9.73 delivered @ The Hut

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Built from the ground up and developed exclusively for the Nintendo Wii, Dead Space: Extraction is a prequel that reveals the events leading up to Isaac Clarke's mission on the USG Ishimura in Visceral Games' award-winning Dead Space. Dead Space: Extraction marries the innovative motion controls of the Wii Remote with a frenetic first-person perspective to create a new action-packed horror experience.

Dead Space: Extraction tells the story of a handful of space colonists desperately struggling to escape from a horrific infection on the Aegis VII mining colony deep in the furthest regions of space. The game introduces a new heroine, Lexine, to the fiction and as the crew fall victim to a mysterious contagion aboard the ship, it becomes clear that protecting her may be their only hope for survival. Dead Space: Extraction introduces all-new characters, weapons, enemies, puzzles and co-operative multiplayer gameplay.

An Amazing Story: Follow the lives of several different Aegis VII colony members as they fight off the Necromorph invasion and learn why Lexine is the key to their survival, all from a first-person cinematic perspective that makes you feel like you're really there.
Setting & Atmosphere: Play through an engrossing, interactive horror movie experience that pushes the boundaries of story-telling in a game. State-of-the art graphics and effects, panic-inducing sound, and a thrilling and scary pace will throw you headfirst into the terror which Dead Space is known for.
New Gameplay Scenarios, Weapons, Abilities & Enemies: Extraction offers first-person dismemberment combat, epic boss fights, new weapons, enemies and puzzles while bringing back old favourites such as TK and stasis to create a unique gameplay experience.
Cinematic Camera: Extraction uses a unique form of immersion with a cinematic first-person shaky cam experience, making the game just as enjoyable to watch as it is to play.
Co-Op Optimised Gameplay: Team up with a friend to protect Lexine and fend off the Necromorphs on the USG Ishimura and the Aegis VII. Players can jump in and out of Extraction to play the Co-Op Mode - it's as easy as just pushing a button on the Wii Remote!


great price

this game any good?


great pricethis game any good?

yes very good for a lightgun game

Yep. The weapons themselves are fun to use, the graphics are some of the best on the Wii, and the story itself is gripping enough to keep you playing.

Just one point, don't expect it to scare you much(apart from maybe 1 or 2 "BOO" moments). While there are plenty of monstrous sights (so it's not for kids), I found that the fact there were people around you most of the time (necessary for the way they told the story) meant that you never felt truly isolated or alone, which would've added to the creepiness.

Anyway, to sum up: it's great for this price: don't miss out :).

I bought this game for £15 back in December. It's quite good, but the controls are very complex for a rail shooter. House of the dead Overkill is much more fun and doesn't need the nun chuck.

I really liked this game apart from the controls. I found it annoying that you have to use the A button meaning you can't really use a zapper/gun controller.

I never understood why they made a prequel for a game on a format that didnt support the original :s

Great game!

Have ordered mine...great stocking filler for xmas!!

So what controllers do you need for this guys? Do you need a light gun or not? Is it better with a light gun?

No light gun needed.

Amazon have this one for almost the same price now - wii-game.co.uk/~55…on/ . The Hut are quoting a 3 day lead time, which usually means it's out of stock.

I read a review that said this game was an 'on-rails' first person shooter. Does that mean there's no free roaming and only a set path to follow?

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