More Alien Stories Following Ripley's Daughter Could Be On The Way

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Instead of the first person experience that made Isolation so terrifying, Blackout opts for a different approach, having the player remotely guide Amanda through emergency controls aboard a damaged space station. And unlike Isolation, which was developed by the British studio Creative Assembly, Alien Blackout will be published by D3 Go, previously responsible for Marvel Puzzle Quest and Adventure Gnome.

Amanda Ripley, daughter of Sigourney Weaver's iconic movie hero Ellen Ripley, will return in Alien: Blackout, a horror game that has you attempting to survive aboard a xenomorph-stalked Weyland-Yutani space station.

SURVIVE OR DIE Using only the space station's limited power supply to operate a holographic map, surveillance cameras, and motion tracker, attempt to remain hidden and protect your crew from the ideal hunter in seven fear-inducing levels.

So far, there is no word on an official release date or pricing for Alien: Blackout.

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The game also pays unexpected homage to Alien, the 1984 game for the Amstrad CPC, Commodore 64, and ZX Spectrum (the second-ever licensed game from the franchise, after 1982's glorified Pac-Man clone).

A new tweet from the Alien account has hinted that Alien: Isolation's protagonist, Amanda Ripley, still has more stories to tell. The uncertainty and unpredictability of both the alien and her crew can impose total defeat for Amanda and the entire station. However, there's not very much we can pull from the trailer.

We thought all the signs pointed towards this announcement being for an honest-to-God Alien game. It claims it will bring to life "the terror of alien", which seems unlikely to me not just because it's on mobile, but because it's rated "Teen". At the same time, it's too early to write the game off just yet - I'll reserve my judgment when I am able to get my hands on the title.

Although it's possible the new game could ignore this entirely you would've thought using the same character means it is going to be a continuation of some sort.