Dead Space is a science fiction horror game developed by EA Redwood Shores and published by Electronic Arts for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Microsoft Window and PlayStation 3. Dead Space Xbox 360 game puts the player in control of an engineer named Isaac Clark. Isaac Clark battles the Necromorphs monstrous reanimated human corpses, aboard an interstellar mining ship, the USG Ishimura. The game released on October 14, 2008, for Xbox 360. This game is now available in Region Free ISO (PAL, NTSC-U) format along with update and DLC. Backup games run directly from the hard drive on any JTAG/RGH console.
|Dead Space Xbox 360 game features a ship that is controlled by the player. The ship is in combat with a mining starship infested with the alien scourge. The crew has been slaughtered, and their corpses reanimated into creatures known as Necromorphs. In this game, there are many types of necromorph appear throughout the game, each with different abilities and requiring different tactics to defeat.|
|Developer||EA Redwood Shores|
|Game name||Dead Space|
|Release Date||October 14, 2008|
Such as plasma cutter, rotary saw, a hydrazine torch because the profession of Isaac is an engineer. The game is launched with a very good quality of graphic and provides a high-resolution graphics system. The game receives a favorable critical response and loved by the fans.
The intent of an RGH/JTAG is to allow the execution of homebrew software on the Xbox 360. JTAG/RGH users can run backup games directly from the hard drive.
Once an RGH console has booted, then it is no different to a standard Jtagged Xbox 360. Jtag boot faster as compare to RGH. It is only compatible with older devices so RGH machines have the potential to last longer if you take care of them.
Region Free ISO means the game will play perfectly fine on any console in any Region/Country.
To play this game on PC you have to use Xbox 360 emulator. This emulator converts your Xbox game to a PC game and with the help of this emulator, you can play any Xbox 360 game on your personal computer.