Most expensive Xbox 360 videogame sold at an online auction
Damian Fraimorice
2999.00 US dollar(s)
Israel (Kfar-Saba)
The greatest amount ever paid for a single Xbox 360 game is $2,999.00 (£1,865) achieved by Damian Fraimorice (Israel) who sold the Dead Space Ultra Limited Edition to a buyer in New York, USA, on 2 February 2011. Only 1,000 copies of the Ultra Limited Edition of Dead Space were manufactured. In addition to a copy of the game, the box includes a bonus DVD, an exclusive lithograph illustrated and signed by Ben Templesmith (the artist on the Dead Space comic book), a 97 page Dead Space art book written and illustrated by the development team, a 160-page graphic novel and a patch bearing the insignia of the game's spaceship, the USG Ishimura.

A prequel to the survival-horror game Dead Space (EA, 2008), Dead Space Extraction (Visceral Games, 2009) brings some of the series’ unique features to the rail-shooter genre for Wii and PS3. As with the main games, players kill the attacking mutated monsters, or necromorphs, by severing their limbs, performing “strategic dismemberments” using the Wii Remote (Wiimote) controller or PlayStation Move to indicate where their character’s plasma cutter should do its gory work.
Each weapon also possesses a secondary-fire option that can be activated by turning the controller, either a Wiimote or PlayStation Move, on its side. By using a “kinesis” module, players can also lift or throw heavy objects at foes.