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Alien Isolation Game Review
January 7, 2015 By Peter Ledwith
Now that the madness of christmas and new year is over, I can finally get down to the important job of asking all you superhero gaming fans……do you like being afraid? When were you last afraid playing a game? Survival horror usually isnt very nerve wracking but let me tell you, Alien Isolation is such a game. Lets get this straight, it isn’t a terrified out your wits scared but a slow creeping dread that you know death could be waiting, looking for you around any corner. And find you it does. very often and its got big teeth. You play the daughter of our favourite alien hunter, ripley looking for her missing mother. After arriving at the space station holding some important information that could help find out what happened to her, well, as you can imagine, things quickly go from bad to worse.
After the travisty that was alien, colonial marines, sega have really got this one right. This game oozes atmosphere. It really feels like you have stepped into the world of the alien movie. sounds…environments..all captured perfectly. The game is rarely unfair. If your stomp around…you will end up dying. but sneeking around is ofset by the need to keep moving. Do you use your motion detector? very usefull but its beeping could attract unwanted attention. weapons are few and far between and not much use against the big teethy one. The androids you encounter are really creepy…..well….I wont say much more….you really do need to play this game. There is alot of backtracking but you really dont mind as this game sucks you right in. Alien fans will LOVE this. I played the xbox 360 version and its fantastic. Just dont play it with the lights off…(oh go on…I dare you!).
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