Dead Space Ignition combines an interactive comic-style story with three unique hacking mini games; Hardware Crack, Trace Route and System Override.
Each game offers a fun and satisfying arcade experience that will challenge players with puzzles and twitch gameplay. Dead Space Ignition features a unique "Choose Your Own Adventure" type narrative, allowing players to survive the horrific Necromorph outbreak in multiple ways.
The game offers four unique endings and upon completion of each one, players will be rewarded with unlocks including an exclusive suit, all of which can be used by Isaac Clarke in Dead Space 2.
Dead Space Ignition is written by Antony Johnston, the award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of comics, graphic novels, video games and books including Wasteland, and Daredevil. Antony makes his return to the Dead Space universe after creating the six-book Dead Space comic series in 2008. In Dead Space Ignition, Antony uses his horror story-telling expertise to introduce new characters and craft new plot twists for this intriguing prequel.
Hack Through an Interactive Comic that serves as a Prologue to the events leading up to highly anticipated Dead Space 2. Engage in three unique hacking mini-games:
Trace Route: Run your ‘trace’ through the software systems, avoiding security hazards and racing against security countermeasures to access critical systems!
System Override: Write your viruses into the software system to override the system core, time your viruses and erase the antivirus with power spikes to break through the system!
Hardware Crack: Fix control systems with engineering skills by rerouting the energy beams; use a variety of hardware such as reflectors and projectors in order to crack through broken control panels."Choose Your Own Adventures"with multiple paths to survival and four unique endings.Earn exclusive rewards and unlocks, for use in Dead Space 2
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