Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger. Fifteen years after the events of Alien™, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.
User reviews: Very Positive (3,777 reviews)
Release Date: Oct 6, 2014

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"The game the Alien series has always deserved. A deep, fun stealth game set in an evocatively realised sci-fi world."
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October 28

Corporate Lockdown DLC Available!

Welcome to Corporate Lockdown, the first expansion pack for Alien: Isolation. This pack features three all-new maps:for Survivor Mode, a time-based challenge to test your skills.

Can you evade the Alien for long enough to survive or will you try to take the Alien head-on?

- Three new maps, stretching from the Corporate Penthouse to the Medlabs.
- New playable character Ransome gives you the firepower to take the fight to your enemies.
- Upload your best times to the Alien: Isolation leaderboards and challenge the world.

Please note that Corporate Lockdown is part of the Alien: Isolation Season Pass. If you have purchased the Season Pass, please access Corporate Lockdown through the in-game store

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October 14

Last Survivor DLC Available for Purchase

As Ellen Ripley, it is down to you to complete the last mission on board the Nostromo. The rest of the crew are dead. In a desperate bid to survive you must set the ship’s self-destruct and attempt to reach the escape shuttle.

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“The game the Alien series has always deserved”

5/5 – The Guardian

“An absolute triumph in every department”
9/10 – Games TM

New DLC Available

Welcome to Corporate Lockdown, the first expansion pack for Alien: Isolation. This pack features three all-new maps:for Survivor Mode, a time-based challenge to test your skills.

Can you evade the Alien for long enough to survive or will you try to take the Alien head-on?

- Three new maps, stretching from the Corporate Penthouse to the Medlabs.
- New playable character Ransome gives you the firepower to take the fight to your enemies.
- Upload your best times to the Alien: Isolation leaderboards and challenge the world.

Please note that Corporate Lockdown is part of the Alien: Isolation Season Pass. If you have purchased the Season Pass, please access Corporate Lockdown through the in-game store.

About This Game


Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger. Fifteen years after the events of Alien™, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.

As Amanda, you will navigate through an increasingly volatile world as you find yourself confronted on all sides by a panicked, desperate population and an unpredictable, ruthless Alien.

Underpowered and underprepared, you must scavenge resources, improvise solutions and use your wits, not just to succeed in your mission, but to simply stay alive.

Overcome an ever-present deadly threat – Experience persistent fear as a truly dynamic and reactive Alien uses its senses to hunt you down and respond to your every move.

Improvise to survive – Hack systems, scavenge for vital resources and craft items to deal with each situation. Will you evade your enemies, distract them or face them head on?

Explore a world of mystery and betrayal – Immerse yourself in the detailed setting of Sevastopol, a decommissioned trading station on the fringes of space. Encounter a rich cast of inhabitants in a world scarred by fear and mistrust.

When she left Earth, Ellen Ripley promised her daughter Amanda she would return home for her 11th birthday. Amanda never saw her again.

Fifteen years later, Amanda, now a Weyland-Yutani employee, hears that the flight recorder of her mother’s ship, the Nostromo, has been recovered at the remote trading station Sevastopol. The temptation for her to finally understand what happened is too much to resist. When the crew arrive at Sevastopol, they find something is desperately wrong. It all seems to be connected to an unknown menace, stalking and killing deep in the shadows.

In order to uncover the truth about her mother, Amanda is forced to confront the same terrifying thing that separated them.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 (32bit)
    • Processor: 3.16Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo E8500
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 1GB (AMD Radeon HD 5550 or Nvidia GeForce GT 430)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 35 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 7 (64bit)
    • Processor: AMD: Phenom II X4 955 - 4 Core, 3.2 GHz or Intel: Core 2 Quad Q9650 - 4 Core, 3.0 GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2GB (AMD GPU: AMD Radeon R9 200 Series or Nvidia GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX660)
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 35 GB available space
Helpful customer reviews
144 of 164 people (88%) found this review helpful
41.3 hrs on record
Posted: October 24
I played this game on hardest difficulty first time through and died 103 times completing it :)
Important first rule: If the Xeno finds you and contact is made it has already won
I know a crap load of people hate this game because there is no jarhead uber-cocky overpowered weapon wielding aspect to the gameplay to be had in this game. Only really remembering the original Aliens movie well (the rest that came afterwards were crap really but entertaining in their own rights) but having watched all of them, they all to some degree had the common storyline thread that these Xeno's are extremely hard to kill creatures evolved to survive almost anything hence the need to nuke them from orbit etc or send in a stupidly arrogant cannon fodder strike team deliberately using them to lure the creatures onto another vessel for the company for profitable reasons.
This game is an updated version of Ellen Ripley's experience in the original movie lived through her daughter in every way quite literally. Also it's a straight PS4 and Xbone port there is 0% difference graphics wise in the PC version but here's to the hope that a hi-res texture pack is made available, I won't cry if it isn't it would be nice though. The tension in the gameplay design and atmosphere generated throughout the 18 levels was immense and has made more than a few players 'go emo' and or curl up in foetal position after having died repeatedly perhaps because they have forgotten just what the nature of the Xeno is.
If you remember the original movie this creature is near perfection in it's evolution from it's parasitic to adult form only being vulnerable in it's pod form. The immediate priority once Ellen Ripley has this realisation is to never allow the situation for contact between her and the Xeno to occur and it's the same scenario for her daughter Amanda. I can't or don't think it fair to anyone thinking to pick this game up to go into game detail storyline wise so I'll try to provide some kind of useful insight to what to expect from this game.
  • Extreme difficulty factor in surviving due to zero overpowered weapons available on the station.
  • Relentless searches for raw materials to craft items to aid in survival only device crafting.
  • You can't run around like a total no stealth noob firing weapons and not draw attention to yourself.
  • The only opponents you can kill are feral human survivors and rogue security forces on the station that if are armed will shoot you almost on site (not all survivors have gone feral either) and cheap and nasty psychotic Weyland Yutani knock-offs even harder to kill than the feral humans called 'Working Joe's'
  • Next-gen console only level graphics with 0% improvement through the in-game options. (I'm yet to test using NVidia control panel settings to tweak for any visual gains will try though and edit accordingly)
  • A lot of calm collected thinking required in avoiding but also preparation to be hunted down and killed by the Xeno if you don't. You need plan 'B's' or it's restart from the last checkpoint time.
I'm going to play through on easy setting next play through(s) lol to see if I can
  • Find all 10 Nostromo logs.
  • Contact my team and escape Comms without being attacked by an android.
  • Complete "The Quarantine" without being killed by the Alien.
  • Navigate Reactor Maintenance without dying.
  • Complete the game without killing any humans.
  • Complete the game without dying.
All the 'without dying' achievements are do-able by hitting pause and restarting from the last checkpoint save. 'Complete the game without killing any humans' is easy as you can always draw attention cleverly to an area with armed people either letting them stupidly shoot at you taking cover of course or tossing a noise maker into their area for similar effect then waiting the required time for Xeno to show up and dispatch them for you always 'admiring it's purity' while it does so lol.
To round out, from a coding/port and hardware perspective I didn't have one crash during my 41hrs to complete this game. As mentioned it is a straight out PS4/XBone port with 0% visual gain on the PC version so far, so you could buy it on console if you had a next-gen one and trade/sell it when done. I also had zero lag or noticeable frame drops on my bucket PC which I can provide more detail if you are hesitant due to system considerations of your own.
I haven't played any of the available DLC yet but definitely will do so when time permits and update the review accordingly. I can see myself purchasing the season pass for sure and can say if you are simply holding back on buying due to price vs perceived value then hold for Xmas sale.
Late edit
Oculus Rift DK2 isn't working for this (atm anyway) as tested by some friends one who took it badly and wrote a rather shallow hate review based purely on this issue hence why I wrote this one. Thanks to all the positive feedback people and even the lurker in comments that reminded me to mention that if you are/were looking for the full Oculus experience in Alien Isolation it's not currently supported. Enjoy the game, and try to be kind to each other.
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55 of 61 people (90%) found this review helpful
42.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
This is a solid experience. I'd recommend it to anyone chasing a bit of a scare or intense gameplay.The game is roughly 12-20 hours long (took me 16), depending how long you hide, how many times you die etc.

The environment and atmopshere are amazing in this game. It really takes you back to the universe Ripley was a part of from the Alien movies. The fog/smoke effects are astounding and just add to the depth of everything going on around you. The Alien is scary and a masterpiece.
The humans could've done with a little more work in my opinion, but I think it's all in the design/art.

The sound effects are fantastic, hearing the Xeno thud around the local area, move through vents after you all add to the experience.

The story was good, but I wouldn't say it was great at all. It just does a good job of helping you move forward.

It doesn't have many dull moments as there's always something or someone around to spice things up should you make a mistake or a loud enough noise.

It's also a very stable game. I had only 2 crashes after my 15th hour playing the game, no frame rate problems, controls are great and using the combination of keys/mouse to activate certain things gives it an extra nice touch I thought.
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64 of 75 people (85%) found this review helpful
23.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
The spookiest game of hide n seek I ever played.
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25 of 31 people (81%) found this review helpful
24.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
I watched all movies, played whole story and I think this game what I dreamed for an alien game. Alien fans and horror game lovers should buy.

Pro Tip : Watch the Alien movies or at least watch the first movie to learn origin story.
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13 of 15 people (87%) found this review helpful
28.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 27
In my 60 years of life and 347 viewings of the Alien movies collectively,owning every Aliens game released for PC,(the ones not in my Steam library are on disk)I have in my over 30 years of gaming rarely had as much fun playing a Stealth\Action game....period!Very well done,true to the films in almost every way.Genuinely thrilled that the devs worked that hard on the backstory and the characters.Subtle reminders from the films are all over the game if a little difficult to come upon.I absolutely and overwhelmingly recommend this to ANY Stealth\Horror\Action fan or Aliens nut.I am also Autistic which means (for me) I remember a LOT of details from the movies.The dialog,look of the Nostromo,gags,weapons,etc.If you need a Braingasm here's your fix.
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16 of 22 people (73%) found this review helpful
20.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
I highly recommend this game it's Scary, Fun, & Challenging: a very good game. Superb graphics, sound, music & gameplay. It's an artistic masterpiece that would be enjoyable to just walk around in even if there had been no gameplay. The hiding is reminiscent of Outlast which is a plus, but this game adds onto the gameplay of that genre in other ways like fighting back or creating distractions at least enough just to buy you more time. If you liked Outlast you should definitely try this game by the way. The Artificial Intelligence of NPCs is extremely well done in Alien Isolation, in fact it's some of the best AI I have ever seen in a game, and it will never feel cheesy, it kept amazing me how realistically the NPCs kept reacting in different situations or how dynamic they were, I had been expecting them to have dumb AI like most games, but this game has gone above and beyond and it really adds to the atmosphere and gameplay. The NPCs will react realistically to you and seek you out appropriately. You can be found in a locker, cabinet, under a table or desk or even in a vent, there is truly no safe place to hide for to long. The hiding aspect never gets to old or boring either. The game even allows NPCs to find and attack you while trying to open doors, use computers or do just about anything including saving the game, which by the way purposely takes around 15-30 seconds to do so and adds an even bigger challenge. Do not expect to be able to run everywhere, in fact running may be one of the last things you ever do in this game, it's the quickest way to get you killed. This game is extremely long about 19+ hours when playing on the hardest mode, which is good as you will likely be enjoying every second of it. There's some slight bugs here and there where things happen that you will feel shouldn't be possible, but overall it's pretty minor. Even though there are guns and weapons in this game, do not expect a first person shooter, the main threats of this game can not be killed by any means and that's another reason that makes it so scary, lesser threats can be taken care of but are still a challenge. I'm really happy with this game and it's one of the best games of 2014 & of the past 5 years. You don't even have to be a fan of the movies or even have seen them to enjoy this game, in fact I think this game is better than the movies it's based on. For anyone who is upset about the fact that the original Alien cast member characters were made as DLC instead of the main game, it's because this game is a reboot and they want to improve on its foundations, its easier to do that if they make less connections to the original source material, it gives them more room to do new things and lets them retain certain things that they liked. It's a bit sad it took this long to make a good Alien game, but the future of the IP looks great with this reboot and I'm definitely looking forward to a sequal.
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7 of 8 people (88%) found this review helpful
42.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 26
Woah, what an unforgettable trip!
After more than 40 hours of constant thrills and dozens of (admittedly, at some point pretty annoying) in-game deaths (had to adjust the difficulty from hard to medium halfway through), I've finally seen the credits on my screen.
First of all: Alien: Isolation is a really hot contender for the GOTY! It is my personal game of the year, at least.

The atmosphere soaks you up right from the start to the end. The graphics are REALLY one of the best your average nerd eyes were ever flattered with . Those lightning effects especially. Alien Isolation's AI is, aside from a few minor bugs, the best I've ever came across. You don't need to be a diehard ALIEN-fan to enjoy this experience.

We all remember the comparatively mediocre Colonial Marines. This game is what all Alien-fans waited for so long and makes up for everything the predecessor messed up. The optimization is sensational (almost constant +60 fps with my MSI GTX 760 OC Twinz Frozr everything MAXED OUT).

I don't like the Season-Pass-Policy, which most AAA-devs/publishers follow these days. Creative Assembly/Sega makes no exception is this case, but damn .. this time, they deserve the money and I am looking forward to even more countless hours of this outstanding survival horror game.

9/10 - highly recommended!
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11 of 16 people (69%) found this review helpful
15.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 24
game is turely awesome i would give it 100/10 the gameplay , visuals , tools . weapons and ofcoz the xenos i havnt seen any of the alien movies yeat after playing this i dnt have too it seems . anyways the total experience was more than satisfactory i was wont every penny and you people should try it too . enjoy :)
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6 of 7 people (86%) found this review helpful
17.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 23
This is my first stealth/survival horror game where you cannot kill the creature. It is fun, it is a different experience from loading the shotgun and blasting creatures apart *BUT* after awhile it does get a little tiresome constantly creeping, hiding, and repeating. So, my word of advice is experiment. You are gonna die no ifs ands or buts about it so don't obsess over making it through unscathed cause it ain't happenin'! So, to spice it up, try things you are unsure about. I tried sneaking up on the Alien, which can be done, although sometimes he pulls a crazy Ivan and turns right into your face and then it's game over, man... game over. Another time I saw the Alien crawling over some tanks and I shot the tanks and they exploded blowing him accross the room and he jumped up and flew up a vent a stayed away for probably 30 seconds or so, which in this game is an eternity. And lastly, take the game in small bites. I found that after playing for a few hours one day that I was tiring of the game and its paces so it's best to play maybe a level a day or so, and come back to it later to avoid fatigue. I have invested 14 hours so far and am on level 5! But, I die alot and play around in the environment a lot too, looking for hidden knick knacks and what not. I wonder now that this type of game has been successfully made how long will it be before we see a similar game with a Jason or Michael or Freddy filling the role of the Alien and hunting down accross wooded levels, and dark houses on city streets and abandoned schools? Toodles...
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9 of 13 people (69%) found this review helpful
8.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
Never get caught in this games. Every time the Alien see me, I just quit.
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
27.8 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Alien Isolation is an epicly awesome game!
Takes me back to when I first saw Alien and Aliens movies as a kid.
Even creates the same nightmarish tension I experienced first reading Alien the book!
Excellent adrinalinistic survival fight or flight experience!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
27.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
The setting, atmosphere, and gameplay mechanics are all excellent and very highly polished. However, the game has two major flaws: the AI of the alien, which often behaves unpredictably and illogically, and the excessive length. I still recommend it, but be aware that there will probably be sections of the game that bore and/or frustrate you.
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
17.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
After being facehugged, stabbed through the torso and pulled into vents several times, it seems weird I left my desk after finishing Alien: Isolation with a big smile on my face. This game is fantastic, and should be on the wishlist of any survival horror, Alien or immersive single-player connoisseur. The graphical fidelity, the chilling audio and the general attention to detail (along with the very reasonable price tag) make this game a worthy of a 5-star rating. Read my full review here:
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
29.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
So after all the pre-reviews like "Sega and Creative Assembly have done this game, don`t buy it after the desaster of Colonial Marines and Total War Rome 2, they will do ♥♥♥♥ again" I was a bit afraid of buying it. Then I decided to pre-purchase this game around 1 week before release and I really have to say it was all worth it.

The graphics of this game are simply awesome, I thought "Can my PC even run this game on low settings due to the fact that my graphic card is just 1 above the minimum and ages beneath the recommended one, but my thoughts were definitely wrong. The game is optimized very well so that I was always able to run it on medium/high settings with shaders etc. turned on medium up to high without having a single lag. So being a little bit over the minimum should make you being able to run it pretty good.

Another important point is the story, of course.
So to be quite honest, I haven't watched the "Alien" movies but I was always kind of interested in space stuff, was a bit curious.
The game has had a lot of moments where I thought "Wow" because the story has a good background and is very very interesting even for people that have not seen the movies.

The gameplay has always been very very exciting and dramatic, the incredibly awesome sound and light effects just improved that. I have played the game with a controller and I have never had a single problem with shooting/running away precisely so don`t be afraid of using one.
So the game has a lot of very shocking and exciting moments and I definitely don`t regret that I have bought the game and I have enjoyed every second I played even if I didn't make some missions at the first or even after the 5th try but I have always been patient and thought "Give it another try, other people are able to do it so I can do it as well".

So all in all it is an awesome game that has alot of exciting and wow- moments with an awesome atmosphere and incredibly good light and sound effects and I can only RECOMMEND this game to anyone who's a bit into space stuff and/or has or hasn't watched the movies so almost everyone.
Big YES from my side.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
30.0 hrs on record
Posted: October 28
How To Play This Game

1. Know what to expect. The trailers for this game suggested to me that you would be stuck on a ship with the alien and have to play smart and stealthily and it'd be around 8 hours long. I do not like to spoil myself by reading reviews and previews so I didn't know that most of this game is spent on an enormous space-station and I took 25 hours to beat this game. It's not built like an indie survival-horror title like I thought it would be, but instead like a triple-A title, for better and for worse. I would have liked a more well-paced game with a satisfying intro, climax, and conclusion, and not the drawn-out marathon we got instead, but that said, this game can be enjoyed as long as you know that and adjust accordingly.

2. Soak in the game's atmosphere. Read everything, look at everything, and loot everything you can. The sound and music work is astounding and adds to the tension and fear rather than takes away from it like in Resident Evil 4. In RE4, whenever an enemy or enemies spawned somewhere in the vicinity, the same music would play until it or they all died. Thus, when there was no music playing, you knew you were safe. However, in A:I, the same effect kind of happens, but the Alien can pop up at any time with no warning, and only then the music will slowly ramp up and get louder the closer it gets to you. The same philosophy from RE4 is kind of there but it is far more subtle and dynamic. Great job Creative Assembly.

3. Take your time. One of the reasons why IGN and Gamespot found this game frustrating is because reviewers only have a limited time-window in which they can complete and review a game.

Your goal while playing this game should not be to 'beat it' but to enjoy it. If the game is frustrating you, stop playing it, and come back to it later. You will try new ways to get past an area, and be more level-headed. 'Professional' reviewers don't necessarily have this luxury because they're on a time-crunch; give them some slack.

If you make 'beating' the game your goal, you will not enjoy it because it's very long for the type of game it is, and the game keeps pulling the carrot-on-a-stick further back each time you think you can bite it.

4. Temper your expectations. Although this game looks very realistic and as believable as future space can be, it's still a videogame. The AI is still handled in a traditional way with set paths, with the twist of randomization thrown in. The Alien won't exactly behave like the Alien in the movie(s). It may throw you off and break you out of your immersive bubble when you see the Alien patrolling on its hind legs like a human, and run around desks when it should be jumping on top of the desk and coming straight for you. Just realize that is hard to program and give the developers some slack.

5. Don't be too conservative when crafting. The game is fairly generous with crafting materials. Save before you go to a difficult area, try a different strategy, and if it doesn't work, reload your save and try something else. Be patient, and have fun coming up with new strategies.

As a summation, enjoy the game, soak it all in, take your time, and embrace the challenge. This game was designed to be challenging, even on Easy. Instead of getting frustrated, open your mind, think differently, and use the tools the developers have given you to achieve your goal.

Thank you for reading, and have a great day.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
8.5 hrs on record
Posted: October 27
Fantastic recreation of the Alien universe every beep, green screen and space age padded wall has been recreated for your viewing pleasure and the game is not bad either survivor horror at its finest.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
25.6 hrs on record
Posted: October 27
What an absolute gem, Creative Assembly really knocked it out of the park and right into 70's themed deep space. This is a gorgeous looking game with very well considered gameplay, environment, character design, sound design and such. I have to give particular praise to the lighting engine, it's absolutely perfect. I'll admit I wasn't blown away by the voice acting or the facial animations but at this point the rest of the game outshines those petty flaws so incandescantly as to render them null. This is an extremely tense game, I often found myself terrified at the androids, never mind the alien. I've not really noticed this "adaptive AI" that people talk about but the Alien is quite tricky. Extremely perceptive and always seems to notice the slightest sight or sound, it makes for one terrifying experience every time you encounter it. The story was also praiseworthy, it really captures what a survival horror is about, never too grandiose. The attention to detail here is beyond staggering. The gameplay elements like saving, crafting, minigames, the scattered computers, even the UI capture the 70's feel CA were going for in respect for the original Alien. It's as faithful as any diehard fan (of which I am not) could ever hope for (I imagine). It's a hell of a ride which will leave you with a considerably elevated heart rate, shakes and satisfaction when you finally evade that pesky Alien. Fan or not of the original movie, this is one game you absolutely must get, since I took the time to get out of my locker, hold my breath and write this review. It is worth every iota of praise it gets and more.
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5 of 8 people (63%) found this review helpful
15.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 25
Just completed the game, took me 16 hours on Hard Difficulty.

Is it scary? Presonally i'd say its less of a 'Scared' feeling but more towards a 'Tense' feeling. I never really felt scared to go somewhere. I just felt like there was something going to happen when I got there... if that makes any sense :)

The game is brilliant. I'm not really a huge fan of the Alien films as in, I didn't watch them a bunch of times over and over because I liked them. More so, I watched them when I was younger and kinda remember them.

I had read reviews about this game and them stating its length, I didn't believe it myself.. An Action Horror Genre game lasting approximately 20 hours? Well its true.. a first playthrough played the way it should be will set you back between 10-20 hours which is amazing considering the length of other games in the genre.

The story is great and I really do mean great, I will say that If you start to play this.. you MUST finish it! You have to, really.....

Although you do, do a lot of back tracking to areas you have already visited. It's not as much as people make it out to be. And even when you do go back, the enemies AI is so unpredictable, the Alien especially, it makes even visited areas a whole new experience.

Well worth the money in my opinion. I have yet to play any DLC's but the core game experience is more than enough.


- Spongie
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
10.1 hrs on record
Posted: October 27
So ♥♥♥♥ing good. Wear headphones if you want to ♥♥♥♥ yourself. Playing on hard is a pretty tense experience, but the Xeno becomes a bit obsessed with you to the point of ignoring other survivors. Normal's probably more immersive. Definitely would reccomend this if you're looking for a great looking game with an amazing atmosphere.
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
60.2 hrs on record
Posted: October 27
Be advised: Contains my opinion of game ending! I mention no game ending plot,story or game elements..merely my feelings at game conclusion.

8/10. I loved my experience. Alien AI is incredible on "Hard" difficulty ( setting I played on.) Highly recommended as Visuals are stunning & created with a real love of the films (especially later ingame).

Audio is incredible, music is amazing & inkeeping with original films. Voice acting could be alot better.

I just completed Alien: Isolation on "Hard difficulty." Quite simply, after such a stunning, intense, unpredictable, nerve rackingly gorgeous experience, I wish the last 15 seconds of the game didn't happen. The best thing for the player would be a "satifying exhale of calm & relief" of an ending..Not "anger & annoyance!"

It's a game that'll make you beg for a save station and cry with relief when you get one..It'll have you scream when materials run out & scream "YES" when you get a flamer!

Best played on "Hard" in the dark on a PC for best experience. P.S.Don't use lockers/cabinets..They are designed to be a last resort & will betray you if used like constant safe havens.

Use strategy & craft to win.
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