After the events depicted in Aliens (1986) and Aliens: Fire and Stone. Michael Bishop Weyland sets up War against the Colonial Marines to cover up the Xeno conspiracy.

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Bishop / Michael Bishop Weyland (voice)
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Pvt. Mark Drake (voice)
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Sgt. Al Apone (voice)
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Pvt. Peter O'Neal (voice)
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Cpl. Christopher Winter (voice)
Nisa Ward ...
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Cpt. Jeremy Cruz (voice)
Matthew Mercer ...
Keyes (voice)
Ashly Burch ...
Lt. Lisa Reid (voice)
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Jennifer Redding (voice)
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Demarcus Short / Marine (voice)
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Guillermo Quintaro / Marine (voice)
Adam Ray ...
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After the events depicted in Aliens (1986) and Aliens: Fire and Stone. Michael Bishop Weyland sets up War against the Colonial Marines to cover up the Xeno conspiracy.

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The Hunters Become The Hunted


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Fifield's red mapping balls used in the Engineer ship in Prometheus (2012) can be seen frequently flying around during a mission in the now Weyland-Yutani occupied derelict ship from the original Alien (1979). Also if you repeatedly shoot the Spacejockey's head a holographic sequence will occur depicting a battle between 2 different ships. See more »

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In Stasis Interrupted, Hicks doesn't have his head bandage when escaping the Sulaco, but his head bandage is on when he sends his distress message. See more »

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Pvt. Peter O'Neal: My tracker is getting lit up here, you better get ready for this shit.
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13 February 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Once upon a time the awesome Alien franchise was born... When i switched on my Xbox 360 earlier this week and played this game i quickly realised that the franchise, specifically in respect of video gaming, is dead and buried. The graphics are too sharp yet ill detailed and not at all Alien-esque... The titles are also juvenile attempts at mimicking the movies and are awful. The levels belong on an original xbox or PS2 release and are dreary, tiresome, repetitive and ill conceived. The interface isn't innovative in any way and must have been designed on the back of the blank cheque that Sega wrote Gearbox to bring this high school project to fruition.

I've been playing video games for 30 years and not ever has a publisher spent so much dollar on promotion for such a bland, weightless, empty shell of a concept that has not materialised into any semblance of a 21st century hi-def title.

In conclusion its like playing a several year old platinum title that has no place being in the modern era of video gaming. A poor poor title that'll keep you happy (in anticipation only) for about 10 minutes (if you're a die-hard Alien fan) before the disc is on its way to trade in for store credit.

What were 20th Century Fox thinking?! PS. Give the trailer director credit for clever editing, tricking us all into believing that we were actually buying something of substance.


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