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. Underpowered and underprepared, you must scavenge resources, improvise solutions and use your wits, not just to succeed in your mission, but to simply stay alive.
On PS3, PS4, PC, Xbox 360 &* Xbox One, Oct 7th 2014
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a game about opening a door so you can open the next door and so on until the endReviewed by Anon
it I forgot about her foot being on the laeddr! Of course this would have given her some leverage. Thank you for the explanation about the decompression too. This whole thing reminds me of traveling with my 13kg toddler whom I had on a sling (he didn't walk yet) and ferried all over Paris airport while carrying a 6 kg hand luggage on my spare shoulder and I am barely 5 tall LOLReviewed by Anon
So, just out of curiosity, was it ever denremited that Aliens require oxygen, or that deep space exposure will kill them? I'm just curious because it's an interesting question. If they can't, then everything's wrapped up neatly. But if they aren't killed by the vacuum of space, then you've got a Queen alien as well as a soldier alien floating about space, just waiting to encounter a planetoid or another vessel and start the process over again.Reviewed by Anon
There is a lot of talk about Ripley's foot being on the ladder. Her sheludor should have been messed up but the adrenaline would keep her going. It was just a few seconds.I was watching the movie 127 about a hiker who got his arm trapped under a boulder and had to cut his own arm off to escape. To me this sounds an impossibility (how to you cut through bones, cartilage, etc.?) But he did it. I think when it comes to life and death the human being is capable of anything.Reviewed by Anon
Ignore the moronic one star reviews
One seems to be about a book or film - neither of which this is..... The other review is a one-star appraisal of the selection of games available in Otago. Neither should have been considered or printed as they are irrelevant and moronic. I have never played this game, but I know from reviews and opinions I trust, that it is a 4-star or 8/10 game... It has great atmosphere and is certainly worth a hire.Reviewed by Anon
Pretty good, I only read the first ten pages but it reads quite nicely. My only nptciik here is that I know it's fun to make allusions to different films that are already made, and it seems like you have a very clear vision of what you want to see on screen but the problem here is that it's not your vision that counts. It's the director's. The time to have your characters say their dialogue the way you want them to and move around their space according to your specifications is in a novel not a screenplay, especially not a spec such as this. Don't get me wrong, this is an incredible script and very well written, but a director wants to shoot their own vision, not yours. And I feel like a few minor alterations would increase your appeal to producers out to find the next great historical masterpiece.VN:F [1.9.17_1161](from 0 votes)Reviewed by Anon
They did very well with this game the intense atmosphere and too quiet setting of the game is really scary at times and keeps you on edge. Great game!Reviewed by Anon
Reviewed by Anon
not in stores
was really keen to try this but have not found it at any of the dunedin stores and when I ask the clerks they just give me a weird look.Reviewed by Anon