Dead Space Extraction Controls Explained

As an on-rails shooter, you probably wouldn’t expect much control depth from Dead Space Extraction, but this here control map shows otherwise. In addition to pointing and shooting, you’ll be able to twist the Wii Remote for alternate fire options, shake the remote to recharge your glow worm, melee attack with left and right swipes of the Nunchuk and so on. Nothing too complex, but still quite a bit more in-depth than the simple pointing, shooting and reloading of most light gun-type games.


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