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Get to Know the Cast of ‘Alien: Isolation’

Creative Assembly released another trailer for Alien: Isolation today, and it continues their treatment of Isolation like it’s a new entry in the movie franchise, rather than a video game spin-off. Where most games focus on showing off gameplay, the tech powering the gameplay, and annoying pre-order incentives, the trailers and featurettes for Isolation focus more on its story, characters, and how the game relates to the films. It’s smart.

The latest trailer gives us the chance to get familiar with the cast of Alien: Isolation, check it out below.




  • McGilli

    Personally – I will buy this game without hesitation. I am just wondering if there will be any kind of replay value – aside from just playing it again cuz it is so awesome. Like – could different events be triggered, or in a different order etc… Multiple endings?

    • Adam Dodd

      Narratively, Alien: Isolation is a linear game, so no multiple endings, side quests, etc. However, if you’re looking for replay value, the alien’s AI gives it the ability to act and react differently every time you play. It can even make decisions.

      • Werewolf

        Man, that sounds cool!

  • Ryan 741

    Looks brilliant, most anticipated game of the year for me.

  • starmamun

    Looks brilliant, most anticipated game of the year for me

  • VictorCrowley

    Game looks to have a lot of potential. But, so did Colonial Marines. I really hope we aren’t being swindled by a marketing campaign whose sole purpose is to dress up a turd. Doesn’t seem that way, but that last game really left a huge void to fill.

  • Full Frontal Squashing

    Looks brilliant, most anticipated game of the year for me.

  • Radioactive Empire

    So much anticipation and excitement.. until we get another colonial marines.

  • Henry F.

    Looks brilliant, most anticipated game of the year for me.

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