E3 2014: Alien: Isolation Trailer

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

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Alien: Isolation

In non-Nintendo-related news, SEGA has released their Alien: Isolation E3 2014 trailer. Take a look.

Alien: Isolation stars Amanda Ripley, daughter of Alien series heroine Ellen Ripley, who has been searching for clues pertaining to her missing mother. Her search has taken her to a space station where they’ve recovered the flight recorder of the Nostromo, the ship Ellen Ripley worked on. Unfortunately for everyone involved, a xenomorph has also made its way to the station.

Played entirely in first-person, Amanda must escape the deteriorating station while the almighty xenomorph systematically hunts her down. Amanda must use anything and everything she can find in the environment to fight off her hunter. She can’t rely on firearms, either—the station is almost bereft of any kind of weaponry. Instead, she must rely on engineering tools that can be found all over the station to craft items and manipulate the environment.

Alien: Isolation is being developed by The Creative Assembly and is due on October 7th for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and Windows. Pre-order the game from Amazon.com, Amazon.ca, and Amazon.co.uk.

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