Visceral Games, the people behind creepy-as-crap sci-fi horror game Dead Space have vowed not to cheapen Dead Space, but say they've mapped out "plenty" of games in that universe. The focus is on quality, not quantity, so don't look for an iPod Dead App or Dead Space: Kart Racing Challenge any time soon, unless they are awesome.
"I'd like to make, like, a thousand Dead Space games if people want them," executive producer Steve Papoutsis said at EA's recent spring showcase in London.
"That's the big thing, right? Just like with anything, you get to a point where it's like, 'ah, another one?' We don't ever want that to happen with Dead Space. So we're going to take it one step at a time.
"We've mapped out plenty of games worth of stuff. But there has to be an interest, right? We don't want to cheapen what we're doing. We're really focused on quality with it. Hopefully if people like this one, we get to make another one."
Dead Space 2 comes out on the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC early next year, and if it aproaches the level of creepy, eerie dread of the first game, I suggest pre-ordering as soon as you can.
Source: Video Gamer