Electronic Arts has narrowed its previously announced fall release window for Dead Space Extraction. The Wii-exclusive experiment is set to slice into retail shelves (and necromorphs' limbs) in North America on September 29. Adventurers overseas have a bit more waiting to do, with the game expected to ship in Europe on October 2.

Extraction promises a number of new features over the original Dead Space, including co-op gameplay as well as new weapons and enemies. We were left impressed following our recent time with the upcoming "guided first-person shooter experience," and assuming our limbs can take all that twisting we look forward to turning back the alien scourge this fall.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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