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Aliens, a great action movie, cheapened the original by replacing one hyper-intelligent, indestructible monster with an army of gormless critters. This third entry has only one creature, but unfortunately it's just as gormless. When Ripley (Weaver) crash-lands on a prison planet full of hard-nut slap-heads, they haven't seen a woman in years. Discovering that there's an alien loose, Ripley asks the warden to break out the guns, and can't believe it when she is told there aren't any. Nor can we. Good acting has salvaged many a poor script in the past, but not here. Dance is slaughtered in the first act, as is the regulation @#$%!&? warden (Glover), leaving only Sigourney, impressive as ever, and a motley cast of extras. Though wasteful of the expensive sets, Fincher's tight close-ups do add to the sense of claustrophobic panic.
Described by Roger Ebert as a "trapped in a haunted house" movie, this movie set the bar for Horror in the Summer. The "Nostromo," like "Star Wars" spacecraft, looks worn and in use, compared to the "just out of the box" look of "Star Trek" spacecraft. (And I'm a fan of the "Star Trek" universe!) The claustrophobic feel of the "Nostromo" is due to "filming inside of a tube" location shooting next seen in "Das Boot." A band of "space truckers" are awakened from hibernation, and are shocked to find that they are only half way home. The Company orders them to investigate an Alien transmission, which sets up a descent into Hell as the crew finds themselves being stalked by an opportunistic "Exomorph." As the crew is picked off one by one, the true nature of the beast and the odd attitude of the Science officer, Ash, raise the anxiety level over 100%. What sets this tale apart from other "space monster" films is the character of Third officer Ripley, who raises uncomfortable questions to Capt. Dallas about company policy in general and Science officer Ash in particular. After Capt. Dallas disappears, take-charge-female-Ripley discovers Ash's true intentions and leads her diminished crew to action. The level of violence has been described as "near graphic," which is helped along by H.R. Giger's "worst nightmare" mature Alien. This is the first of a memorable franchise, featuring a strong female leader that continues into the "Prometheus" prequel.(?)
Don't feck with The Baldies! Special Edition. I love it, I really do. OK! So it's basically a monster on the loose piece, but the setting at a sci-fi prison colony - complete with nutty religious shards - makes for a thrillingly atmospheric ride. A roll call of Brit thesps line up for some tension filled entertainment, while director David Fincher and cinematographer Alex Thomson provide a look that is both beautiful and scary. Industrial Punk? Steam Punk? Cyber Punk? Fincher Punk? Hey man, we gotta give it a name! And of course there's Siggy Weaver, the reassuring presence. I could live without the attempt at a transcendent finale, but in extended form this has much to light your fires. It also showed that Fincher would be a director to watch - imagine if had he been left alone to craft his own vision? His subsequent career and standing makes a mockery of the studio execs involved in the making of Alien³. 8/10
Great game but there are so manh inconsistencies that needs fixing. The autoaim is good when using the infinite dual pistols but when I used it at the grenade launcher and shotgun, its the worst kind of auto aim. It sucks. If this was a multiplayer campaign, that would be great, uninstalling because it needs more players to win. I tried Hard Mode for my first time, its too easy.
Abysmal controls ruin it. Th PC one I beat 2x now and I have Alien Shooter 2 (great) and Conscription (awful) so I know the series. This is a buggy mess where I got stuck in a wall in under 10 mins play and the different control schemes aren't even labeled correctly. Avoid this, not worth the time or money. Get it on PC.
This port was just not very well done. The font is almost illegible. I also picked a non-default control setup, and then when I started a new game, it returned controls to the default setup. I just think the developers overlooked various things that may make this good for a tablet but not a phone.
Controls bug me into a wall and I can't move. When I use the touch screen to use waypoints, the pathfinding also gets me stuck in walls. Do yourself a favor and stick to the free version. So many buggy games in the playstore. Most are given away for free too. I can see why... how this has a 4.6 rating I'll have no clue
Beat it in a few hours. There are certain bugs that ban be exploited and techniques that make it a little too easy on the easiest setting. Ending, anticlimactic. Basically, shoot the aliens. Not much more story than that. Had no problems with controls on my galaxy s8 phone, used two joystick controls. Didn't have a problem with bugs other than the ones that actually made it easier.
I may have been up really late at night, but I didn't mind 'Alien Species' at all. Its craftsmanship for such a cheap B-movie production was pretty good (although the special effects looked like they were created on a Nintendo or Sega Genesis, and then grafted onto the film), the script was interesting enough in the realm of 'alien hostile takeover' movies, and its pace never lagged for a second. While watching it, the film's ending was very ambiguous, as if this had been planned as a pilot film for a TV-series, or at the very least, a feature-length sequel. I loved the work of veteran character actors Charles Napier and Hoke Howell (the latter died shortly after the film's completion, and the death is mentioned in the end credits). Their consummate professionalism gave a classy sheen that the film otherwise didn't deserve. It's definitely worth a watch, though, to fans of both B-movies and of science fiction.
Let sleeping dogs lie? Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, the makers here basically stick safe to the formula of the series. This time it's a space station with space pirates and a cloned Ripley (Siggy Weaver of course) - yes! A cloned Ripley, only this time she's devoid of human compassion - kind of... The gore quota is significantly upped, which makes for some serious sci-fi terror, and some of the imagery crafted is outstanding (a clone lab sequence is shatteringly unforgettable). A tip top cast featuring Ron Perlman, Michael Wincott, Brad Dourif, Dan Hedaya and Winona Ryder, all give good shows, whilst the photography (Darius Khondji/Se7en) and art design (Steve Cooper, Andrew Neskoromny and John M. Dwyer) takes the breath away. Yet come the final straight it loses its way, sinking into a mire of over confidence, topped by a crown of thorns involving an albino baby alien hybrid. Shame that. 6.5/10
After fixing the issues I had in less then a day, I am impressed by the game and the commitment of the developer. The game design is on place and I love it how gradually it gets harder and harder. Fantastic experience and would definitely recommend this game to everyone who loves puzzles.
It really is a 5 Nights at Freddy's clone. I do not see this having much replay value, seeing how I am already half way through the missions, 40 minutes after it was released. Graphics on thr Alien, especially up close are very detailed. I love the Alien franchise, but would much rather have a different/new experience than what Blackout plays out as.
This should not be a mobile game, fans have waited patiently to continue the story of Amanda Ripley in a proper setting on PC and Console, not some [email protected]#$% Five Nights of Freddy mobile game clone. I'm so tired of these mobile cash grabs easy way outs. Understood, its just a game but really??? This is a F U to the fans..
Pretty basic. You can go left or right, and if you turn on the phone rotate IN GAME as well as in phone settings, you can actually play. For some reason that setting isn't defaulted to on, not sure why its even a setting in-app, and the devs didn't put anything in game to direct you to this.. Got to 8th floor, have an inexplicable exclamation mark above the level and can't enter it. No clue why I can't continue, but it doesn't matter as I'm leaving the review and deleting this.
Really enjoyed this game. Did two full play through. Would love if there were more text based options that affect relationships rather than just gift giving or doing favors. Robot is my fav character. Would be cool to see even more maps or another city like Prestige. The graphics remind me of Earthbound which is why I immediately picked it up
I , got 4 words, for this app, for u..... 😀I ADORE THIS APP!!! I love it! Its satisfying and it's very very cool. Playing as cute little aliens fighting robots by saving the world and stuff love it! however though, I would love to see more games like this keep up the good work!!! 😀😀😚 (・ω・)
This is one of the best games I've ever played. Appxplore produces such great games. It provides unique and engaging puzzles, and it even contains rpg elements and a wide range of skills alowing the player millions of different ways to play the game. One thing I wished the game had is a way to mark cards in your deck. It would make sorting decks and finding cards much simpler. Over all, a fantastic game.