Aliens was and is among the best sci fi films ever. Up to now after several years have passed since the time the film was out doesn’t fail to astonish. I recall watching the movie only a few days ago and it captivated me yet again. The tension and the horror experienced by Ripley is clear. And after so many years, Aliens: Colonial Marines is trying to capture that fear and terror once more.
Gearbox Software has done a great job in keeping the Aliens legacy alive. Since the atmosphere to the pressure construction up to the chit chatter surrounding the Marines is exactly right. Set after Aliens 3, Aliens: Colonial Marines was made in collaboration with 20th Century Fox. And it shows in the meticulousness that is apparent in the game.
aliens in heavily dark corridors and spaces filled with impressive instances. The campaign can be enjoyed either alone or in coop mode. The campaign approach takes some hint from the coop mode, letting you to upgrade armors, personalize weapon and even design your own badges.
Aliens starts once you board on to the U.S.S Sephora, a affiliate vessel to the Sulaco we met in the film. Once you step on this forsaken place you will begin to experience the ambiance putting up.Cruz who appears to be the chief official is the person who manipulates the Colonial Marines. He is the initial character you will come in contact with in the game. Since the start Aliens carries on a serious and foreboding tone.
The video is everything that we offer at the moment so we’re planning to take it as a standard of events to come though with a grain of salt. The demo guides you through the ‘haunted’ boat along with your crew of marines.The trailer features a few old hark backs to the Aliens film. For example after a battle in the shelter of Sulaco you will notice that it is the area where Ripley battled against the aliens.
Little elements such as armored fighters walls occupied with substance, a pool of blood indoors all carry the ambiance to the next. And as we move further along the teaser we will notice the Gearbox’s desite is to make this the critical Aliens experience. The demo teaser concludes with a battle against the Stalker Alien. The melody and marine chatter makes this contact exciting and tense.
Till now the Aliens game is all about the setting and the Aliens. Both are coming along nicely and Gearbox is doing everything well. If the entire game is as good as this then we are right on track.
The game is announced to be out on 12th February 2013. Stay tuned for our comprehensive analysis so far.