A few more new (old) games have made their way to Games on Demand service this morning. According to Major Nelson, EA Visceral’s mining spaceship simulator Dead Space and Codemaster’s DiRT have joined the ranks of the other old titles on Microsoft’s console-side digital distribution service.
Dead Space is being sold for 20 bucks. DiRT on the other hand, is priced at 30 bucks. Both digital videogames aren’t available in Japan for whatever reason and weigh in at a healthy 6 GB respectively.
While the prices are wrong, we can’t discourage people from checking out Dead Space. On top of being a brilliant bit of simulation software, it also functions as an excellent alien anatomy-teaching tool.