Aliens: Colonial Marines News (PS3)

Pitchford: Aliens: Colonial Marines will favor realistic grittiness over action

Posted: 03.02.2012 by JonahFalcon

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Gearbox head Randy Pitchford has revealed in an interview with PlayStation US Blog that the upcoming science fiction shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines will focus on realism and grittiness than arcade action.

When asked by the blog on if the game would favor "grittier and more realistic" gameplay, Pitchford replied, "I would say that the player’s experience for Aliens: Colonial Marines will tend closer to the gritty realism side."

Aliens: Colonial Marines Delayed, set for Autumn 2012

Posted: 26.01.2012 by JamieSI

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Previously-announced for spring 2012, It seems that SEGA has decided to delay Aliens: Colonial Marines for an autumn 2012 release.

The game's official website lists the change, although SEGA hasn't confirmed this with us yet. We've sent them a message to see if it's ready to confirm anything.

Aliens: Colonial Marines CE shot leaked

Posted: 09.01.2012 by Technet2k

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Gearbox Software's Aliens: Colonial Marines is getting the Collector's Edition treatment thanks to a leaked shot teasing the packaged goods for the long awaited sci-fi shooter.

It seems there'll be 3 exclusive in-game multiplayer weapons, a new game mode, a dossier and a resin display model to bog at. Aliens: Colonial Marines is due this spring.

TimeGate ad talks level, UI design for Aliens: Colonial Marines

Posted: 11.10.2011 by Technet2k

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Gearbox Software's shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines for SEGA appears to have outsourced some of its project to Section 8 developer TimeGate Studios.

This has been hinted at before but Gearbox boss Randy Pitchford wouldn't reveal specifics. A job ad for TimeGate mentioned level design and the user interface.

11 minute gameplay demo of Aliens: Colonial Marines surfaces

Posted: 01.10.2011 by JonahFalcon

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Sega has posted an 11 and a half minute gameplay demo from their E3 2011 presentation of Aliens: Colonial Marines earlier this year.

The most striking part of the first person shooter is the complete lack of a HUD, giving a more visceral, immersive experience, making the xenomorph attacks that much more frightening.