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Fire Isn’t a Particularly Effective Weapon in ‘Alien: Isolation’

I hope you’re ready to watch Amanda Ripley die another horrible death, because that’s exactly what we’re about to do. You know, of the paltry selection of weapons Ripley has to defend herself, I assumed the flamethrower would be useful in keeping away all those pesky androids and alien. I figured with that in hand, she’d have a chance at making it.

Unfortunately, it looks like many of the enemies in Alien: Isolation don’t only possess an impressive resilience to fire, but I think I heard the xenomorph laugh when Ripley makes a futile attempt at stopping it in its tracks with her flamethrower.

Alien: Isolation arrives on PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One on October 7.




  • Trisha Tachanawa

    Okay time for me to stop watching these.

    • But… but then you’ll miss out on the half dozen other videos like this Sega probably has on the way!

    • Taboo

      Yeah I stopped watching these and been staying away from praythroughs. Even though I really want to watch them lol. I just want to keep the experience fresh! ๐Ÿ˜€

  • James Alegre

    I never get sick of these. I really want the game to come out, but then that means these vignettes will stop.

  • RhianFloreykum

    my best friend got an awesome six-month old Mercedes E-Class Wagon from only workin on a home computer…you could check here WORK AT HOME

  • VictorCrowley

    I finally said F— it and conformed. I pre-ordered the game to get the Nostromo Edition. Sigourney and the crew coming back to voice their parts was just to big for me to ignore (or wait). But, I’m happy to say I did NOT pre-order at Gamestop ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Henrique Tavares

    What I’ve learned is that fire sends the creature away, but mere ten seconds later it comes back ANGRIER. That doesn’t quite solve my situation. If only that could buy me at least a full minute.

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