They just keep trying.

Fans of the legendary sci-fi "Alien" franchise have been disappointed with how game developers have handled interactive adaptations. The last effort, Aliens: Colonial Marines , was just a mess.

But according to Siliconera , a new title called "Alien: Isolation" may be in development. A new trademark application from Twentieth Century Fox was filed just last week, and it covers "Computer game and video game software; interactive video game programs; video game discs," etc. There's a chance that this is the name of Creative Assembly's new next-gen "Aliens" project, which was announced back in May 2011.

Sega acquired the franchise license in 2006 and we're hoping that one of these days, we get a great game. It is possible, right?

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Vivi_Gamer
Vivi_Gamer
7 years ago

There is no way this will get a green light… absolutely no chance…

Corvo
Corvo
7 years ago

Everyone trash talking Aliens lol Glad there's going to be another one. I was starting to think due to the negative reactions by the mass, and even those who didn't even play the game, that they wouldn't make more Aliens games. I would prefer an AVP(4?) instead of just a sole Aliens game but hey, I'm not complaining.

Lawless SXE
Lawless SXE
7 years ago

I'm still hopeful that someone will be able to do justice to the Alien franchise… And The Creative Assembly is a pretty good developer, so, there is that.

___________
___________
7 years ago

well, keep rolling the dice and you eventually gotta pull something up but snake eyes……..
right!?
id be nice to see this turn out at least half decent, heres hoping it goes to a studio who gives a flying f*ck about the franchise!
unlike that pompous two faced prick, constantly singing to the stars how humbled his team feels to be working on such a iconic franchise, to then fend development off two a no name studio and use a large portion of development funds not for which it was intended, but for their own game from a completely different publisher.