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  1. RagingDragon
    I think thats the same face I'd have if an Alien pinned me down, that kinda smile that says "Hey, What time do you get of work? You doing anything later? ;)"

     :D  I'm so excited.  I'm ready, man.  Ready to get, it, ON.

    The cryo tubes do bring back Gibson's script, and I wonder how many of his ideas they've incorporated?  I would bet that they've at least looked it over.
  2. Deathly_rYaN
    I took all the messages from the pages and just did this cause i was bored.


    Top Left image:
    Hang on, they come for you while you're in hypersleep. oh,
    okay then, you guys make yourself a cuppa while we break
    our teeth and get ready to face the day...

    Top-Bottom Left image:
    In space...well, there are no bloddy chiropractors limit?
    We can hear that distinctive-sounding gunfire...

    orange box:

    >>INFO
    Format- 360, PS3, PC
    out- Spring 2012
    Developer- Gearbox softare
    publisher- SEGA
    Players- single-player, multiplayer
    What is it?- A first-person shooter set in the world of Xenomorphs and facehuggers.

    1st paragraph:
       Gaming has never been short of titles attempting to replicate the anxious, claustrophobic
    brilliance of the Alien films. Yet the most notable among them have either Invited Predator
    along for the ride(um, 1999's Aliens versus Predator), been impossible hard(2000's Alien Resurrection)
    or not really tried that hrad to stick to the USP of the series at all(1992's Alien on the Atari, which gave up
    on fear, paranola and corridors and stuff instead offered forth a bizarrevagually
    sci-fi version of Pac-man instead).
       Yes truth be told, it's only really in the modern area that gaming has had the tech to host
    the Aliens game we've been craving since we first trembeled in fear through the film. Now, six years in the making, Aliens:
    Colonial Marines(not to be confused with EA's aborted attempt to giveflight to a game of the same name on
    PS2 in 2001) might just be that game. We're thinking CoD with aliens, and we forgot quite how excited we were about
    it's existence. We're pleased it's finally here.

    >>Top Gearbox
    Brought to you by Texan Developer Gearbox Software - best knon for their brothers in Arms WW2 series - the signs are
    looking good. It's got proper sci-fi pedigree, having been written by Battlestar Glactica writters Bradley Thomas and
    David Weddle, it's looking pretty brilliant too, with art taken from the hand of Syd Mead who produced concept art for
    the second film. Yet perhaps best of all is the fact the plot is said to follow on from the events of that very film, Aliens, by far
    the outing in the series with the most out and out space carnage.
       We havn't actually got our hands on the game yet, but we're itching to daily. For one thing, the multiplayer experience
    sounds thrilling, drawing inspiratio from the N64's GoldenEye and it's quarter screen playground, or Left 4 Dead Drawn and
    Quartered. For another it's promising to feature acid blood. As our granfather once told us; he who is tired of acid blood
    is tired of life. Roll on Spring
  3. HER Hive's Elite Guard
    Love how the Drone Design blends the traditional alien warriors of the second movie with style elements from later movies. Makes them ferocious/predatory-looking yet keeps the strange silent "alien" appearance of past entries in the series.
  4. Space Sweeper
    Cool to have the specs on exactly which BSG writers. David Weddle wrote some of the most brutal, unforgiving episodes in the series (Exodus Part 1&2, Maelstrom, Downloaded, and Revelations, anybody?), so if that's any indication of how this, and Alien story may be handled, my smiley face is crowning.
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