Dead Space 3 pre-order gets 2 suits, 2 guns

We knew Dead Space 3 was going to give fans a few perks if they pre-ordered the game, but now you can see those benefits in action in a new trailer showing Isaac Clarke and John Carver putting two new suits and weapons to the test.

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As promised, pre-orders of Dead Space 3 include special "limited edition" content. For the standard $60 sticker price, you'll get the insulated Witness suit, the thickly armored First Contact suit, a Tesla-based Negotiator weapon, and a shotgun-assault rifle combo called the Evangelizer.

Dead Space 3 is coming out February 5 on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC.

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    October 17, 2012 10:15 AM

    John Keefer posted a new article, Dead Space 3 pre-order gets 2 suits, 2 guns.

    We knew Dead Space 3 was going to give fans a few perks if they pre-ordered the game, but now you can see those benefits in action in a new trailer showing Isaac Clarke and John Carver putting two new suits and weapons to the test.

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      October 17, 2012 11:10 AM

      Damn, Damn, Damn. I really want to pre-order this, but not necessarily for Origin. I've play and beaten 1 & 2 and loved both of them. Not that I have anything against Origin.. not really, but ALL my games are on Steam and I have only bought 1 game for Origin which was Battlefield 3 for $8. If Origin ever goes under and I've got all these games in it (all these games = 5 or so) then now what? At least with Steam it's foreseeable future is a lot more promising. Oh, and $60 price tag isn't helping either.

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        October 17, 2012 11:32 AM

        I thought a $60 price point was for physical copies of the game, it will probably still be cheaper to buy on Origin though I have no real evidence of that. Is there even a pre-order system in place on Origin?

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          October 17, 2012 11:57 AM

          nope. they charge the same price. activision, ea, etc do not give discounts if you get the digital copy.

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          October 17, 2012 12:38 PM

          Digital and Retail generally have the same prices. Sure, there may be times that a game may have a promo price for pre-orders at some digital distributors, but the base price is the same as retail.

          And Origin dores have a pre-order system in place.