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- Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger.
- Fifteen years after the events of Alien, Ellen Ripley's daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.
- As Amanda, you will navigate through an increasingly volatile world as you find yourself confronted on all sides by a panicked, desperate population and an unpredictable, ruthless Alien.
- Overcome an ever-present deadly threat - Experience persistent fear as a truly dynamic and reactive Alien uses its senses to hunt you down and respond to your every move.
- Improvise to survive - Hack systems, scavenge for vital resources and craft items to deal with each situation. Will you evade your enemies, distract them or face them head on?
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ALIEN: ISOLATION IS AN UPCOMING FIRST-PERSON SURVIVAL HORROR STEALTH GAME DEVELOPED BY THE CREATIVE ASSEMBLY AND PUBLISHED BY SEGA, AND A VIDEO GAME ADDITION TO THE ALIEN FRANCHISE. THE GAME IS SET IN 2137, 15 YEARS AFTER THE EVENTS OF ALIE
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-I really enjoyed the dark and creepy atmosphere. If you are playing this game at night, you'll probably be listening so carefully that you'll be able to hear your own heartbeats.
-The graphics and audio quality are terrific.
-The attention to detail coupled with the nostalgic soundtrack from the 1979 masterpiece really made me feel immersed in the game. If you are not a fan of the Alien series, you'll still enjoy this game, but you may not understand the subtle hints related to the movies.
-Please play this game on Easy or Normal. Playing on Hard mode will leave you super frustrated.
-The campaign is long: ~12hr.
I try not to give games a 5 star rating, but I can't find many flaws with this game.
-There is no multiplayer option in this game. It seems like some kind of multiplayer survival mode would have been a welcomed addition, but it's not critical to enjoying the game. I can't dock points for every feature that isn't in the game.
-Some oddities with the items in the game. Example: Why do my flashlight batteries only last about 2 minutes? Would unlimited flashlight time really make the game too easy? Why can't I kill the alien with the in game guns? Vasquez killed one with a 9mm in the 1985 movie.
This is not the type of game that you play to relax after work. You have to be focused and prepare to be stressed. You can't play this game with half a brain like you're playing Call of Duty.
I bought this for my little sister for Christmas, but luckily, we live together so I've been able to watch her play it. She's still relatively early in the game, but so far it has been pretty spooky. It started slow... (I may have fallen asleep during the initial few minutes of the game) but once our main character Amanda (which also happens to be my little sister's name, so that was a pretty neat turn of events) got to the ship where her mother mysteriously vanished 15 years before, it started getting spookier.
There have been some weirdly difficult moments so far (we're both veteran gamers, but she got lost trying to find a vent on the floor to crawl through) but the atmosphere is pretty awesome. For example, right before she came upon some body bags, there was a creepy sound (like a pterodactyl stretching, which is obviously the sound that aliens make, right?) and a shadowy figure running by in the distance.
I bought this game for my sister because we are both giant babies who don't like horror games, and I thought it would be really hilarious to watch her play. My sister watches people Steam games and her friends had played this game. They said that there were moments when a creepy sound happens and they literally hid because they were scared. I'm looking forward to watching my sister continue with this game and it scaring the crap out of her.
Scare gags or other similar scenarios are only good a certain number of times, and this game keeps it fresh most the time at least, and the characters and environments are good enough to maybe make you forgot about any small gripes. It's a dang creepy game, play with the lights out and the volume UP!! Highly recommend this to get full enjoyment! :)
P.S. - for added bonus use Kinect with noise detection on, if you scream or make a peep the Alien will hear you! haha