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The Art of Dead Space

You just can’t take your eyes off some things — emphasis on “things.”

The latest in Titan Books’ series of behind-the-scenes video game art books goes back to the ruins of the necromorph-infested Ishimura and forward to the frozen wastes of Tau Volantis for The Art of Dead Space. Martin Robinson, who also worked on Titan’s Halo: The Art of Building Worlds, has pulled together over 300 images focusing mainly on Dead Space 3 (available today for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC), but it has a few detours back to the first two games in the series.The tech of the Dead Space universe also gets a rare spotlight, including a two-page spread covering the various designs of the signature Plasma Cutter.

Titan handed us a few exclusive (and surprisingly gore-less) images from the book, which is also available now. Launch the gallery below and enjoy!


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