Dead Space: Extraction Info
Dead Space Extraction tells the untold story of the Aegis VII Colony through a handful of survivors battling to reach the orbiting USG Ishimura amidst a horrific infection and the initial invasion by a violent alien race known as Necromorphs. As these survivors’ allies mysteriously fall victim to dementia, it becomes clear that protecting a young girl granting them a bizarre immunity may be their only hope for survival in a struggle that could have implications for all of humanity.
Publisher: Visceral Games
Publisher: Eurocom Entertainment Software
Developer: Electronic Arts
Dead Space: Extraction Release Date
WORLD – Sep 24, 2009
NA – Sep 29, 2009
EUR – Sep 25, 2009
WORLD – Jan 26, 2011
NA – Jan 25, 2011
EUR – Jan 26, 2011
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Dead Space Extraction Full Plot (From Wikipedia)
A team from the Aegis VII colony including Sam Caldwell transport the Marker into the colony. During the transport, the crew suffer hallucinations, and Caldwell kills his team mates when they seemingly go mad and attack him. After receiving a call from his fiancee Lexine about a mass suicide of Unitologists, Caldwell is shot dead by a security squad led by McNeill, who perceived his behaviour as an insane rampage.
A week later, as McNeill is investigating recent similar incidents, Weller arrives and asks for his help securing the bodies of the suicides. After reaching the morgue to find it empty, they discover that the colony’s residents have gone insane, forcing them to repel the colonists and then growing numbers of Necromorphs. The pair find Lexine and later Eckhardt, witnessing a shuttle crash destroying all the colony shuttles and trapping the colonists with the Necromorphs.
The group escapes the colony on Eckhardt’s private shuttle, though they are forced to spacewalk when the Ishimura shoots their shuttle down. They are captured and quarantined as the Necromorph infection has spread to the Ishimura. As the Ishimura is being overrun, the group are released by Nicole Brennan, who stays in the medical center to help survivors, while the rest try to escape. In the sewage system, Lexine is attacked by a swarm of small Necromorphs and presumed dead, but she is instead rescued by Karen Howell. Howell, suffering from Marker-induced hallucinations, eventually encounters a solitary Eckhardt and accuses him of working for the Unitologists. When Howell is attacked by a Necromorph, Eckhardt leaves her to die, though he tells the others she sacrificed herself for their safety. The four split up in pairs to find a usable shuttle, as all escape pods have launched and trapped the surviving crew.
During their mission, McNeill and Lexine see a transmission showing Nicole committing suicide. Weller finds a shuttle, then discovers Eckhardt’s duplicity through a video message. Eckhardt wounds Weller and reveals his intention to bring Lexine to the Unitologists due to her ability to resist and block the Marker’s influence, but he is immediately killed by a Necromorph. McNeill, himself suffering from the Marker’s effects, shuts down the ship’s asteroid cannons so the shuttle can leave unharmed, but an encounter with a large Necromorph forces him to amputate his arm. McNeill, Weller and Lexine escape on the shuttle, but are unable to stop the USG Kellion responding to the Ishimura’s distress signal, setting the first game’s events in motion.
A post-credits scene shows that McNeill has turned into a Necromorph, forcing Lexine to kill him.