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Dead Space is a sci-fi horror series by EA and Visceral Games, originating as a series of videogames, but also spanning over other media as well.
Set in the 26th century, the plot mainly follows a man named Isaac Clarke and shows the horrors he encounters.
Three main, numbered games were released, plus three minor games, for a total of six games:
- Dead Space (October 13, 2008), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC.
- Dead Space: Extraction (September 24, 2009), Wii. Also released in 2011 for PlayStation 3. A prequel to the original game.
- Dead Space Ignition (October 12, 2010), PlayStation Network, Xbox Live Arcade. A prologue to Dead Space 2.
- Dead Space 2 (January 25, 2011), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC. Many downloadable contents were released for the game, including the pack Dead Space 2: Severed, released on March 1, 2011, expanding the game's plot.
- Dead Space (January 25, 2011), mobile phone. Set between Dead Space and Dead Space 2.
- Dead Space 3 (February 5, 2013), PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC. Downloadable contents were released, including the pack Dead Space 3: Awakened on March 12, 2013.
Two animated movies were released:
- Dead Space: Downfall (October 28, 2008), taking place during the events of Dead Space: Extraction.
- Dead Space: Aftermath (January 25, 2011), set directly after the original Dead Space.
Additionally there are plans to produce a live action movie based on the franchise.
A comic series, two novels and two graphic novels were released in the franchise:
- Dead Space (March - August 2008). A six-issue comic book serving as a prequel to the original game. Also released in animated form to download via Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, and also unlockable in Dead Space: Extraction.
- Dead Space: Martyr (July 20, 2010). A novel serving as a prequel to the franchise.
- Dead Space: Salvage (November 24, 2010). A graphic novel set between the events of Dead Space and Dead Space: Aftermath.
- Dead Space: Catalyst (October 2, 2012). A novel, sequel to Dead Space: Martyr.
- Dead Space: Liberation (February 5, 2013). A novel serving a prologue to Dead Space 3.
Some action figures based on Isaac Clarke were created to promote the games.
Links to other series
|PGA Tour||June 08, 2009||Isaac Clarke from Dead Space is playable in Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10.||1
|Army of Two||January 12, 2010||Isaac Clarke from Dead Space is playable in the PSP version of Army of Two: The 40th Day; masks from the Dead Space series are also unlockable in Army of Two: The Devil's Cartel.||1
|Dante's Inferno||February 05, 2010||Dante's Inferno: Death Edition features a costume based on Isaac Clarke from Dead Space.||2
|Skate||May 11, 2010||Isaac Clarke from Dead Space is playable in Skate 3.||1
|Sim||September 28, 2010||Isaac Clarke from Dead Space is unlockable in MySims SkyHeroes.||1
|NBA Jam||October 04, 2010||NBA Jam: On Fire Edition features Isaac Clarke from Dead Space as a selectable character.||1
|Dragon Age||March 08, 2011||In Dragon Age 2 there is a knight armor based on Dead Space's Isaac Clarke Armor.||3
|Duke Nukem||June 10, 2011||A dead body looking like Isaac Clarke from Dead Space can be found in Duke Nukem Forever.||3
|Battlefield||October 25, 2011||In Battlefield 3 you can find the helmet of Isaac Clarke from Dead Space; additionally, two characters are seen playing Dead Space in Battlefield: Hardline.||1
|Saints Row||November 15, 2011||In Saints Row: The Third one of the missing ships found on a list is named "USG Ishimura", like a ship from Dead Space.||3
|Mass Effect||February 05, 2013||Dead Space 3 includes a suit based on the N7 Armor from Mass Effect, with its description also mentioning Shepard as a fictional character.||2
|PlayStation All-Stars||March 19, 2013||PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale features Isaac Clarke from Dead Space as a downloadable character.||1
|LittleBigPlanet||June 06, 2013||Isaac Clarke's costume is downloadable in LittleBigPlanet 2.||2|