The Sega/Gearbox lawsuit over the false marketing of Aliens: Colonial Marines rages onward, proving once again that the middle school drama surrounding the game is more interesting than the game itself. Today marked Sega’s turn at calling Gearbox a big, dumb doodyhead.
According to an AVPGalaxy interview with Alien Isolation’s lead designer, Greg Napper, the idea of a sequel comes up daily.
Creative Assembly’s claustrophobic first-person horror game Alien: Isolation has sold over one million copies in three months.
The practice of retailers getting exclusive downloadable content is widely known and, to the frustration of consumers, will continue to be around. This retailer exclusive DLC can range from costumes and weapons to entire missions. However, the possibility of retailer exclusive gameplay was always there but was nevertheless an after thought… until now.
Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is currently in development and will be out sometime in fall 2014 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC, according to Borderlandsthegame.com.
In a recently released video, Creative Assembly has spoken out on their design choices for the Alien in their upcoming Alien game, Alien: Isolation, which looks to take the franchise back to its original themes of horror and desperation.
Gamers woke up to the announcement of the next game installment of the Alien franchise: Isolation. Looking over comments on different threads of several sites, reactions were mixed.