Even though iOS and Android are the two platforms that are setting the world on fire when it comes to mobile gaming, RIM's PlayBook has its advantages as well
One of the most popular EA franchise, Dead Space has just landed on Research in Motion's (RIM) BlackBerry PlayBook.
After becoming successful on the iOS platform, the title is now available for download for all PlayBook owners.
Given the fact that the mobile game has yet to make its debut on the Android
operating system, this comes as a surprise.
However, the situation won't last for long as Sony Ericsson has already announced that it will offer Dead Space on its Xperia PLAY
smartphone, along with a few other EA popular games such as FIFA and Need for Speed.
The game is described as follows: “This stunning vision of the Dead Space franchise reproduces the cinematic horror of the console game with rich effects and atmospheric lighting. Experience the hardcore gameplay as you struggle to survive the Necromorph onslaught in 6 varied environments. Access the Plasma Saw and Core Extractor, plus 3 more weapons from the Dead Space universe – then get on with the business of strategic dismemberment
Those who are not familiar with the franchise, Dead Space is a sci-fi/horror first-person shooter full of blood and gore, which is the main reason that the game was rated 18.
Although the game has just been recently launched on the market, it has already received a lot of positive feedback from players who bought it.
There are no reports of any problems with the game until now, which proves that its PlayBook version is yet another success for EA.
Dead Space for BlackBerry PlayBook is now available for purchase from the App World
for only $9.99.