One of the most successful action/horror series to come out in the past several years is EA’s Dead Space franchise. While every entry is not a winner (I’m looking at you Ignition), the series has been, overall, pretty damn solid. Part of the terrifying immersive experience is Jason Graves’ fantastic score, which consistently gets rave reviews and high praise.
Now, Graves has released several tracks that were originally used for consideration on the first Dead Space game. Some of the tracks were later take from the original demo material and were given some live elements to be used for in-game.
The tracks are a great representation of the terrifying atmosphere that Dead Space permeates. Check ’em out below and creep yourself out a bit!
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