If you're a fan of horror science fiction video games, you have probably played Dead Space games in the past. If you're a fan of the franchise, you be glad to hear that a playable demo of the third installation in the Dead Space saga will be available on January 22. The downloadable demo will be available for both PlayStation 3 gamers and Xbox 360 owners.
The demo will see Isaac Clarke and his co-op companion Sergeant John Carver crash landing on a planet called Tau Volantis. The planet is covered in ice and teeming with deadly Necromorphs. The playable demo will have plenty of suspense, horror, action, and other attributes that have made the franchise so popular.
The release of the full game is set for February 5 in North America and February 8 in Europe. The video game will be available for the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC. Players can also get early access to the playable demo a week before the scheduled release if they are on the Xbox 360 by going to the official website and registering.
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