Dead Space which is one of the games I am most excited for that’s going to be coming our in October. The games release has actually been pulled closer to us, it’ll be released October 21st, rather than on Halloween, which means I can still try to dress so no one knows how old I am, and get some candy. Well we’ve got a couple videos and pics for you to check out and a greatly scary video from…
famous Saw director, James Wan. He took parts of the game and created this video, here is what he had to say:
“Being a massive fan of space horror stories, I lept at the opportunity to help out on Dead Space”, stated horror Director James Wan. “When I saw the early development stages of the game, I was blown away by the cinematic visuals and the philosophy behind the story. I knew I had to be involved in this project in whatever capacity. It was a new but fantastic experience working with the Dead Space creators. My imagination was so fired up that I approached the trailer like I was crafting a suspenseful, short movie.”
“We wanted to create a trailer that showcased the horror and terror that awaits players in Dead Space, so of course we turned to someone who is a master at delivering those emotions,” said Glen Schofield, Executive Producer for Dead Space. “It was incredible working with James on this project. His insight into the horror genre and experience as a Hollywood Director led to the creation of “Loved Ones” This trailer will definitely ensure that viewers will want to play Dead Space with the lights on.”
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