History VideoGame / DeadSpaceExtraction

11th May '16 1:02:50 PM PF
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An HD version is available for the [=PS3=], compatible with the Move controller. This version omits the unlockable motion comics, although all six issues can be downloaded for on the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}}. Some editions of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'' include ''Extraction HD'' on the disc.

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An HD version is available for the [=PS3=], compatible with the Move controller. This version omits the unlockable motion comics, although all six issues can be downloaded for on the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}}. Some editions of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'' include ''Extraction HD'' on the disc.
11th May '16 1:02:23 PM PF
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** The Pulse Rifle's alt-fire is a Shotgun, which can get all the limbs at once, as opposed to that ridiculous 360-degree turret nonsense.
11th May '16 12:57:14 PM PF
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An HD remake is available for [=PS3=], compatible with the Move controller. This version omits the unlockable motion comics, although all six issues can be downloaded (free) from PSN. Some editions of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'' include ''Extraction HD'' on the disc.

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An HD remake version is available for the [=PS3=], compatible with the Move controller. This version omits the unlockable motion comics, although all six issues can be downloaded (free) from PSN.for on the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation Network}}. Some editions of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'' include ''Extraction HD'' on the disc.



* AnkleDrag: Dr. Howell is dragged away by a tentacle, [[spoiler: she doesn't make it because Eckhardt abandoned her when she called him out for seeding Unitologists in the ''Ishimura''[='=]s ranks.]]
* [[spoiler:BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: Falls under point number 4 on the trope considering how the Necromorphs are made. [=McNeill=] has to cut off his arm after being impaled in the hand during a boss fight while in vacuum, but then [[TookALevelInBadAss fights the Necromorphs with a Contact Beam in his remaining arm]] while making a run for the shuttle. While Lexine takes care of Weller, Weller is sitting in a room where the biomass that has been spreading in the ship has begun to reach the location where the escape shuttle is housed.]]
* CanonImmigrant: Not a character, but the pistol from ''Downfall''.
** The spider-like necromorph from the novel ''Martyr'' makes an appearance.

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* AnkleDrag: Dr. Howell is dragged away by a tentacle, tentacle. [[spoiler: she She doesn't make it because Eckhardt abandoned her when she called him out for seeding Unitologists in the ''Ishimura''[='=]s ranks.]]
* [[spoiler:BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: BrokeYourArmPunchingOutCthulhu: Falls under point number 4 on #4 of the trope considering how the Necromorphs are made. [=McNeill=] [[spoiler:[=McNeill=] has to cut off his arm after being impaled in the hand during a boss fight while in vacuum, but then [[TookALevelInBadAss fights the Necromorphs with a Contact Beam in his remaining arm]] while making a run for the shuttle. While Lexine takes care of Weller, Weller is sitting in a room where the biomass that has been spreading in the ship has begun to reach the location where the escape shuttle is housed.]]
* CanonImmigrant: CanonImmigrant:
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Not a character, but the pistol from ''Downfall''.
** The spider-like necromorph Necromorph from the novel ''Martyr'' makes an appearance.



* ContinuityPorn: It is overflowing with continuity nods to ''Dead Space''. "Oh, hey, that's where the giant tentacle burst through the wall! Oh, that's why the Medical Deck is welded shut--to keep the tentacle out!" And so on.

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* ContinuityPorn: It is overflowing with continuity nods to of ''Dead Space''. For example:
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"Oh, hey, that's where the giant tentacle burst through the wall! Oh, that's why the Medical Deck is welded shut--to keep the tentacle out!" And so on.



* [[spoiler:DoomedByCanon]]: Just listing this is a spoiler itself.
** [[spoiler:Played straight and subverted. The developing interviews and original ''Dead Space'' makes it seems like Isaac is the only survivor. Played straight when almost all of the cast dies. Subverted when we find two of the main characters survived and are on the Sprawl in the ''Dead Space 2'' DLC.]]
* [[spoiler:DoomedProtagonist]]: Just about everyone you play as.

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* [[spoiler:DoomedByCanon]]: Just listing this is a spoiler itself.
DoomedByCanon:
** [[spoiler:Played Played straight and subverted. The developing interviews and original ''Dead Space'' makes it seems like Isaac [[spoiler:Isaac is the only survivor. Played straight when almost all of the cast dies. Subverted when we find two of the main characters survived and are on the Sprawl in the ''Dead Space 2'' DLC.]]
* [[spoiler:DoomedProtagonist]]: DoomedProtagonist: Just about everyone you play as.



* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:Weller found out that Eckhardt is a Unitologist on a mission to bring Lexine (who apparently is the only one who can resist the marker) back to Earth, and was responsible for the death of Dr. Howell who helped Lexine before, who suspected Eckhardt of being responsible for much of the mess; so Eckhardt shot Weller before he tells anyone, but as he starts giving you a speech on why he shot you, he turns his back long enough to receive a KarmicDeath at the "hands" of a Necromorph.]]
** And again, [[spoiler:the development team spells it out in the chapter titles. WARREN LIES. Which is a LateArrivalSpoiler since it's been three chapters since Eckhardt betrays you before the end.]]
* IgnoreTheFanservice: Apparently, Lexine walking across the medical bay stark nude didn't warrant [=McNeil=] looking at her for more than one second (from the side, in case you're wondering), though ESRB standards and its status as a Wii game may be the reason. Another reason would be he was supposed to interrogate her and he may be sticking to cop instincts during the sequence.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Warren is stabbed in the back by a necromorph after he figuratively stabs you in the back. Weller lampshades by saying that no one should die that way, not even Weller himself. The achievement further lampshades it by being called, "Pull the Knife Out" or something to that effect. Weller, of course, survives the story which was probably intentional and that [=McNeill=] ''was'', indeed, meant to be the necromorph at the end.]]

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* HeKnowsTooMuch: [[spoiler:Weller Weller found out that Eckhardt [[spoiler:Eckhardt is a Unitologist on a mission to bring Lexine (who back to Earth, as she is apparently is the only one who can resist the marker) back to Earth, and marker. He was also responsible for the death of Dr. Howell who helped Lexine before, Howell, who suspected that Eckhardt of being was responsible for much of the mess; so mess. As a result, Eckhardt shot shoots Weller before he tells anyone, but tell anyone. Just as he the former starts giving you a speech on why he shot you, he turns his back long enough to receive a KarmicDeath at the "hands" of a Necromorph.]]
** And again, [[spoiler:the
]] The development team spells it out in the chapter titles. WARREN LIES. Which is a LateArrivalSpoiler since it's been three chapters since Eckhardt betrays you before the end.titles: [[spoiler:WARREN LIES.]]
* IgnoreTheFanservice: Apparently, Lexine walking across the medical bay stark nude didn't warrant [=McNeil=] looking at her for more than one second (from the side, in case you're wondering), second, though ESRB standards and its status as a Wii game may be the reason. Another reason would be he was supposed to interrogate her and he may be sticking to cop instincts during the sequence.
* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Warren Eckhardt is stabbed in the back by a necromorph Necromorph after he figuratively stabs you in the back. Weller lampshades by saying that no one should die that way, not even Weller himself. ]] The achievement further lampshades it by being called, "Pull the Knife Out" or something to that effect. Weller, of course, survives the story which was probably intentional and that [=McNeill=] ''was'', indeed, meant to be the necromorph at the end.]]trophy further lampshades this.



* MindScrew: The end of the first level [[spoiler:when you find out you weren't shooting zombies at all but actual crew-mates while you were under the Marker's influence.]] The mind screw is ramped up in general from the vanilla ''Dead Space''. You can never fully trust what you see with your eyes to be real at any given time.

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* MindScrew: The end of the first level [[spoiler:when you find out you weren't shooting zombies at all but actual crew-mates crewmates while you were under the Marker's influence.]] The mind screw is ramped up in general from the vanilla ''Dead Space''. You can never fully trust what you see with your eyes to be real at any given time.
11th May '16 10:16:14 AM BlackMageJ
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''Extraction'' was bundled with the [=PS3=] version of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', but without the comic.

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''Extraction'' was bundled An HD remake is available for [=PS3=], compatible with the [=PS3=] Move controller. This version of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'', but without omits the comic.unlockable motion comics, although all six issues can be downloaded (free) from PSN. Some editions of ''VideoGame/DeadSpace2'' include ''Extraction HD'' on the disc.



* DownerEnding: As per the usual ''Dead Space'' motif. [[spoiler:After escaping the colony and later the ship, [=McNeill=], Weller, and Lexine manage to get away on one of the working shuttles. As they leave, they pass the shuttle carrying the cast from the first game. One of the characters tries to warn them but the outgoing com is busted. As they continue, [=McNeill=] succumbs from his injuries and transforms into a Necromorph. He attacks Lexine who manages to kill him.]]

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* DownerEnding: As per the usual ''Dead Space'' motif. [[spoiler:After escaping the colony and later the ship, [=McNeill=], Weller, and Lexine manage to get away on one of the working shuttles. As they leave, they pass the shuttle carrying the cast from the first game. One of the characters tries to warn them but the outgoing com is busted. As they continue, [=McNeill=] succumbs from his injuries and transforms into a Necromorph. He attacks Lexine who manages to kill him.]] And just to make matters worse, the survivors are headed to The Sprawl, where this will happen all over again in the sequel]]
24th Jul '15 1:29:21 AM dvorak
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** The spider-like necromorph from the novel ''Martyr'' makes an appearance.
1st Jul '15 5:12:25 AM Scorpion451
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''Dead Space: Extraction'' is a [[RailShooter rail shooter]] released in 2009 for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. Taking place in the ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' universe, it is a {{prequel}} to the UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} game ''VideoGame/DeadSpace''.

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''Dead Space: Extraction'' is a [[RailShooter rail shooter]] released in 2009 for the UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. Taking place in the ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' universe, it is a {{prequel}} to the PC, UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} game ''VideoGame/DeadSpace''.
19th Sep '14 9:09:37 AM rexpensive
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''Dead Space: Extraction'' is a [[RailShooter rail shooter]] released in 2009 for the {{Wii}}. Taking place in the ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' universe, it is a {{prequel}} to the {{PlayStation 3}} and {{Xbox 360}} game ''VideoGame/DeadSpace''.

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''Dead Space: Extraction'' is a [[RailShooter rail shooter]] released in 2009 for the {{Wii}}. UsefulNotes/{{Wii}}. Taking place in the ''Franchise/DeadSpace'' universe, it is a {{prequel}} to the {{PlayStation UsefulNotes/{{PlayStation 3}} and {{Xbox UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} game ''VideoGame/DeadSpace''.
3rd May '14 12:30:24 PM Thecommander236
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* SidetrackBonus: There are a few times where you will be given a choice between two paths. Often times, one path leads you to where you need to go and the other leads you to a dead end with a lot of enemies and supplies hanging about. Going the latter way will force you to go back the other way when you're done while going the other way means you won't find the stash.
2nd May '14 11:23:05 AM Thecommander236
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* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Warren is stabbed in the back by a necromorph after he figuratively stabs you in the back. Weller lampshades by saying that no one should die that way, not even Weller himself. The achievement further lampshades it by being called, "Pull the Knife Out" or something to that effect. Weller, of course, survives the story which was probably intentional and that McNeill ''was'', indeed, meant to be the necromorph at the end.]]

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* KarmicDeath: [[spoiler: Warren is stabbed in the back by a necromorph after he figuratively stabs you in the back. Weller lampshades by saying that no one should die that way, not even Weller himself. The achievement further lampshades it by being called, "Pull the Knife Out" or something to that effect. Weller, of course, survives the story which was probably intentional and that McNeill [=McNeill=] ''was'', indeed, meant to be the necromorph at the end.]]
2nd May '14 11:20:02 AM Thecommander236
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** [[spoiler:Played straight and subverted. The developing interviews and original ''Dead Space'' makes it seems like Isaac is the only survivor. Played straight when almost all of the cast dies. Subverted when we find two of the main characters survived and are on Sprawl in the ''Dead Space 2'' DLC.]]

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** [[spoiler:Played straight and subverted. The developing interviews and original ''Dead Space'' makes it seems like Isaac is the only survivor. Played straight when almost all of the cast dies. Subverted when we find two of the main characters survived and are on the Sprawl in the ''Dead Space 2'' DLC.]]
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