Aliens: Colonial Marines

Aliens: Colonial Marines
1638
  • Like Us on Facebook
  • Watch us on Youtube
  • Follow us on Twitter
  • Follow us on Google+

Aliens: Colonial Marines (2013)

0 %
Judged by: 11 gamers
Epic Fail Bad Average Epic Legendary
0%
Terrible Poor Fun Amazing Must Play

Rate this Game

10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
 
12
 
x

Set after events of Aliens and Aliens 3, players take on the role of Corporal Christopher Winter, a Colonial Marine sent in to find the legendary USS Sulaco and search for the marines that were dispatched to LV-426. However after an onslaught of xenomorphs wipes out most of his team, Winter and the Colonial Marines are forced to fight to survive in a hostile terrain. They soon find that they are not only against the elusive Xenomorphs, but also the Weyland-Yutani corporation, intent on breeding the xenomorphs for study.

In what is touted as the true sequel to James Cameron's Aliens, Colonial Marines pits players on a dark, hostile planet surrounded by the dangerous xenomorphs. As part of the elite Colonial Marines, they must not only end these threats, but find a way out - alive.

Aliens: Colonial Marines Reviews

Theme: 
Year Released: 
2013

Latest Comments

2 Gamers Commented on this game. ADD YOURS.

You must login to post comments.
500 characters remaining

All Comments (2)

jurbi039's picture

jurbi039 1 year 10 months ago

Games attached to movie franchises aren't popular. Aliens: Colonial Marines gets a bad rap from most gamers. This game is consistent in its combat and playability. Alien fans will appreciate the Easter eggs tied to the films. The Xenomorphs are terrifying and blowing them up is wish fulfillment for the film buffs. You can wait for the price to drop, but play the game.

IanE's picture

IanE 1 year 10 months ago

It’s hard to view ACM as anything other than half finished. The lighting and rendering are shoddy, while the poor AI and level design completes the experience of disappointment. We can only assume that the simultaneous development of other titles (i.e. Borderlands 2) left the developers without the time, or talent to do this game justice.

More Top Stories