This is the only weapon that doesn't have a picture of what it looks like. I'd get one myself but I've got the PS3 version and there's no screenshot taking option at the moment. =( -- Cheese Talk to the Cheese 19:14, 9 December 2008 (UTC)
- I added a satisfactory, yet small image for now. Nightmare Hobo 03:14, 12 December 2008 (UTC)
Yeah, for now. The weapon's worth a big, nice picture, showing the way it is held. I hadn't yet managed to get a good look at it - too little light in chapter 7. - Anonimous amateur
The only thing in the "Trivia" section is an out-of-place reference to the similarities between the Contact Beam and Halo 3's "Spartan Laser". I really don't think that such a reference really belongs in a Dead Space Wiki, so I think it should be removed...anyone else have any thoughts? - d2r 16:51, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
- Indeed, it has been removed. Many similar weapons exist, not just the SP Laser and the C. Beam. ~ Nightmare Hobo ~ Talk PageContributions 20:36, 24 July 2009 (UTC)
Article no longer a stub Edit
This article seems quite complete - I would argue that it no longer qualifies as a stub, since it has a picture, multiple sections, and a category. I'm going to go out on a limb and remove the sub tag. - d2r 03:33, 2 August 2009 (UTC)
Contact Beam's effectiveness on Impossible Difficulty
Did a recent edit on the page to inform users of the Contact Beam's ineffectiveness on Impossible difficulty. Came back today to find that my edit was removed because it was "subjective". I am fairly certain that my edit was not "subjective". I conducted through testing with the Contact Beam, and the information that I entered was accurate and relevent. My opinion of the secondary function may have been subjective, but the information entered was still relevent. I will await a response on the matter before conducting another edit.
Upgrade path Edit
You need 24 Nodes to fully upgrade the Contact Beam in Dead Space 2, not 25 like the wiki image says, because you can start from the first alt fire upgrade, not needing the node directly below it.