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Aliens: Colonial Marines: Limited Edition (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.0 out of 5 stars 260 customer reviews

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  • Four movie characters
  • Ripley's Flamethrower
  • Additional marine customisatio
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0097662F0
  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 13.5 x 1.4 cm ; 109 g
  • Release Date: 12 Feb. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (260 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,081 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Platform:Xbox 360

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The Aliens are perfect killing machines, the nightmares of the galaxy. Our only hope for survival is the ultimate in military force. Are you ready to sign up with the Colonial Marines?

17 weeks after losing contact with Hadley’s Hope, a new team of Colonial Marines returns to LV-426. The rescue mission becomes a battle for survival against new dangers, new enemies and new species of Xenomorphs.

Developed by Gearbox, the critically acclaimed developers of Borderlands and Brothers In Arms, Aliens: Colonial Marines is the ultimate action/horror first-person shooter. Lethal. Bloodthirsty. RELENTLESS

GAME FEATURES

  • Enlist in the Colonial Marine Corps: Get tooled up with classic Marine weapons including pulse rifles, motion trackers and flamethrowers.
  • The most authentic Aliens experience ever: A true sequel to James Cameron’s classic Aliens. Enter an eerie, atmospheric world where any moment could bring your death.
  • Drop-in/Drop-out co-operative gameplay: Gearbox, the masters of co-op bring their expertise to the Aliens universe. Xenos getting too tough? Call up your buddies so they can drop in with extra firepower.
  • Badass competitive multiplayer: Play as Xenomorphs or Marines in four thrilling game modes. Xeno players will have to focus on agile movement and timing of quick, devastating attacks. Marines take them on with teamwork and incredible firepower.
  • Loadouts and upgrades: Create your perfect killing machine. Earn experience to get perks, new weapons and new looks for your squad.

LIMITED EDITION BONUS CONTENT

  • Four movie characters
  • Ripley's Flamethrower
  • Additional marine customisation

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Bought it for a laugh. And much a laugh I had.
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Disk have scratches
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Very fast delivery. Great game.
Even though people might review it as a bad game it's because they expected another AvP.
Loving it and I'm looking forward to pre-ordering more games.
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I've played a fair few games that have been given a critical panning over the years and I often find that they only really suffer from being distinctly average. Few of them could be described as truly poor or unplayable, but I have to say that `Aliens: Colonial Marines' takes a stab at just this. The universe of `Aliens' is an extremely rich one; it blends all out action with scares and great world building. How on LV-426 could you mess things up?

Lacking ambition is one way and this can be said of Gearbox with this game. They have made the brilliant `Borderlands' games, but they are also prone to stuff like `Duke Nukem Forever'. `Colonial Marines' most obvious flaw is its blandness. You are dropped off on planet LV-426 and asked to explore the Alien invested buildings. Graphically, things look pretty poor with brown being the colour of the day. Even Gearbox could not totally mess up the gameplay; the pinging motion detectors are excellent and ramp up the tension. That is until you start despatching aliens left, right and centre. They become as scary as a room full of kitten (deadly kittens?)

The aliens are totally undermined by awful Artificial Intelligence. The xenomorphs should glide across the walls and ceiling, using their hive mind to catch their prey. In some cases the `Colonial Marines' aliens walk right into you. One particularly poor level has you hiding from blind Aliens - so bad, it is almost funny. The game may have been saved if there had been some sort of innovation somewhere, but there is not. The guns feel a little light in the hand and the levels are repetitive and dull. If it were not for the tense motion detector sections the game would be a complete bust. Fans of the `Aliens' films will be angered by how their franchise has been treated, fans of games will be angry about how their pastime has been treated.
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Do NOT buy this game at full price!

The folks who made it conned us! This is a Call of Duty clone with Aliens in it. You spend most of the game fighting human mercs of the Corporation.

AI is shot to hell. The Xeno's just charge you. Your AI partners are worthless. They can't shoot for toffee and always get in the way. None of them are memorable in any way.

The multi-player is fun but get's old fast.

Gearbox promised us a true successor to the Aliens movie. This game looks NOTHING like the trailer that blew our minds. I'm not buying anythings of theirs again unless it is recommended by someone I trust.
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Aliens: Colonial Marines is the long awaited game that provides a now official 'sequel' to James Camerons exceptional 1986 Sc--fi/horror movie, and its true to say that the game - which has been stuck in development hell for years - has been much anticipated by fans and critics alike.

It was with some regret then that I noticed that most online reviews had provided almost universally negative reviews of the game (respected website IGN for example only rated it at 3.5/10), but is it really that bad? The answer is no...but sometimes yes.....but mostly no.

The premise of the game is that it is set 17 weeks after the events of the Aliens movie. A Marine unit has been sent to locate the Sulaco (on which Ripley, Hicks and Newt had escaped LV426), locating it not where it was expected to be, but back in orbit above LV426...

You play Marine Corporal Winter sent into the Sulaco after the first two rescue squads had come under attack by an unknown force, and upon entering the stricken ship you find it infested with the xenomorphs.

It transpires that the nefarious Weyland-Yutani corperation, in attempting to resurrect their attempts to turn the alien into a weapon they can control, had discovered the drifting Sulaco before the Marines, captured, bred and genetically engineered surviving aliens and created a nest within the bowels of the space craft. The aliens - as is their habit - had escaped, and thats where you pick up the plot.

On the positive side gamers will explore the depths of the craft as well as visiting other familiar locations such as the Hadleys Hope colony and the downed space craft on the surface of LV426 which had lead to the original infestation. There are many tips of the hat to the Aliens franchise to be found.
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Aliens CM is a game that I'd been long anticipating, taking over 5 years to make. Obviously, the longer a company takes to make a game, the bigger the hype they build, the higher the standards they set, and the more disappointment that is bound to occur. Aliens CM is by no means an amazing game, it's riddled with flaws. However, in spite of itself, its still a fun shooter with an addictive multiplayer.

Starting with the story (something Sony and Gearbox have both been bigging up for the past year and a half) , claimed to be a true sequel of the Aliens, you join a group of marines aboard the U.S.S Sulaco sent in to investigate LV-426 after the rescue call from the victims of the film. What transpires is an attack by the aliens, and all in all a short and dull campaign.

I really tried to like the campaign, and at times I did. But for the most part, it is an uninspired, dull and lifeless story, with one dimensional characters you feel absolutely nothing for. The story fails to build up tension, bombarding players with enemies until there is no atmosphere left. There are a few pluses though, collecting Dog tags and movie memorabilia is fun, and ranking up whilst playing the campaign is useful for multi-player.

The graphics are, well, pretty bad for a game of 2013. The textures are at times awful, and it often feels like dim lighting is used to hide the fact the game looks like it was released four years ago. However saying that, the lighting is extremely effective in building atmosphere at the start of the game. Unlike the graphics, the sound/audio is good (except for the voice acting), the aliens sound brilliant, as do the pulse rifle sounds, which are just like that of the alien franchise.
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