A listing for a new Aliens novel
While Aliens: Bishop is T.R Napper’s Alien franchise debut, he’s an award-winning author responsible for Neon Leviathan and 36 Streets. Aliens: Bishop is currently slated for release on October 24th. Thanks to Felix for the link.
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Feral Interactive, the developers responsible for porting Alien: Isolation to Nintendo Switch in 2019, has
Currently the game will be supported on iPhone SE(2020)/7 Plus/8 Plus/ X and later, and iPad mini 5 (2019) and later, Air 3 (2019) and later, 7 (2019) and later, Pro 1st gen (2016), 12.9″ model only and Pro 2nd gen (2017) and later. No ... [Read More]
Concept artist Geoffroy Thoorens continues to treat us to new artwork showing us more glimpses of the world that we may have seen had Neill Blomkamp’s Alien 5 project come to fruition.
Thoorens uploaded this additional batch of images to
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In IGN’s latest article covering Cold Iron Studio’s upcoming Aliens: Fireteam, they’re talking to Cold Iron’s head of studio Craig Zinkievich, creative director Matt Highison and narrative designer Christ L’Etoile about
While we’re pretty certain we’ve already spotted Engineer locations in the gameplay footage, though he didn’t go into too much detail Zinkievich did confirm that Prometheus and Alien: Covenant ... [Read More]
Building upon the anticipation of Marvel’s first venture into Alien comics next month, Marvel Comics has just dropped an exciting new trailer and art pages to preview, promoting their new upcoming monthly comic series!
Written by Philip Kennedy Johnson and illustrated by artist Salvador Larroca in a series promised to explore “never-before-seen corners of the Alien universe”, this teaser provides us ... [Read More]
Just over two weeks ago we
By Patrick Gleason.
By Rom Lim.
By Peach Momoko.
The first issue will also be a bumper sized issue, weighing in at 40 pages. We don’t yet have a specific release date though. Thanks to Ultramorph for the heads up!
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Happy Alien Day to all of Alien vs. Predator Galaxy’s visitors and community members. It’s officially April 26th (for about half of the world) and that means we’ve got a whole day (give or take some hours) to celebrate and be bombarded with new Alien releases and announcements!
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Alien gamers are certainly no strangers to being introduced to even more difficult game modes. Rebellion’s Aliens vs. Predator Classic and 2010 both had a Nightmare mode in which if you were killed, you would have to restart the level. Alien: Isolation also introduced its own Nightmare mode which brought a more aggressive Alien, limited resources and a malfunctioning motion tracker!
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Following its release just over two weeks ago, Alien: Blackout has received its first update. While the new update includes some bug fixing, it also includes some new features including something I had mentioned in our recent review and podcast, a skip feature at the start of the level!
Based on customer feedback, we’ve made several bug fixes and ... [Read More]
I think it would be a mild understatement to say that when Alien: Blackout was first announced, it was met with some dissatisfaction. While I understand the dislike towards the current state of mobile gaming, I’ve had a good history with Alien (and Predator) games on handhelds.
Aliens: Infestation on the DS is easily one of the best Alien games over ... [Read More]