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New Dead Space and Need for Speed coming before April 2013

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EA made some pretty casual announcements during a financial call today. Specifically, they announced that new Dead Space and Need for Speed games were in the works.

They didn't announce any specific details beyond a release deadline of March 31st, 2013, without even mentioning if Dead Space was a numbered sequel, or which subseries of Need for Speed the new entry in that series belonged to.

Last month, South African retailer BT Games started taking pre-orders for Dead Space 3 and Need for Speed: Most Wanted 2, which may or may not narrow things down.



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Staff article by Rhody Tobin (May 07, 2012)

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zippdementia posted May 07, 2012:

We already knew about Dead Space. They had talked about it being on an ice planet. Kind of intriguing. Supposedly they are aiming to go more survival horror, which I think is a smart decision. But whether they are telling the truth... I mean, Resident Evil says that before every game.
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Sise-Neg posted May 08, 2012:

Being a big fan of the original Dead Space as well as the second one (though a bit less so), I'm definitely going to be picking this up. Hopefully they'll learn from their mistakes in DS2.
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Genj posted May 10, 2012:

Ultimately I enjoyed Dead Space 2, but it felt like 'Dead Space with more combat,' which I suppose isn't too bad of a thing. It ended up being a 'beat it and never touch it again'-type game though. The whole "ice planet" concept has potential unless it ends up taking place mostly in a poorly lit industrial complex with "outdoor ice environments" in lieu of "outdoor space environments."

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