Get An Eyeful Of Dead Space 2’s New Add-on ‘Severed’

Get An Eyeful Of Dead Space 2’s New Add-on ‘Severed’
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Necromorph slayers looking for more dismemberment will want to keep an eye out for the new Dead Space 2 expansion, Severed, coming (only) to Xbox Live and PlayStation Network soon. Let’s see half of Dead Space 2: Severed’s stars in action.

Those stars are Gabe Weller and Lexine Murdock, the folks from the on-rails shooter Dead Space: Extraction. There’s no Lexine to be seen in these first three shots from Dead Space 2: Severed, but there’s plenty more well-lighted, dark and moody action in this trio of screens. Who’s excited?! I am!


  • I do not understand why they make this stuff only for consoles. PC is a much more open platform than consoles, and EA has its own D/L manager, Ijust do not understand why they do this. Any ideas? Are they just gronks?

    • I’m a console gamer myself, but I agree, I don’t see any issue with releasing it on PC as well. You think they’d want to make as much money as possible.

      Can’t stand this console specific DLC either, even though I’ve got it on xbox this type of stuff just annoys me.

          • Well I wouldn’t say it’s just as much of an issue for consoles especially for things like DLC that requires an online connection. But yeah, sure you’re right and I’m certainly not saying it’s a good excuse but it is definitely a big part of why PC gamers keep getting the shaft these days.

    • Agreed, I’m very disappointed to see this isn’t coming to PC. I’m currently making my way through Dead Space 2 on PC and really enjoying it so far, barring outlandish prices I’m pretty confidant I’d shell out for this DLC.

  • Sad that it’s not coming to the PC as of yet. But…. there’s always time. And most DLC, even for very good games, tends to be overpriced and not up to the same quality as the main story stuff (mostly because companies just don’t put that much effort into their DLC). I mean, I loved Fallout 3 and Mass Effect 2, but let’s face it, most of the DLC for both games was less than stellar.

    I can live without this Dead Space DLC. I also don’t want no sour grapes :).

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