Alien: Isolation has the best woman protagonist since … 'Alien'
Alien: Isolation is not a perfect game. It has issues with pacing, a frustrating save system, and, as stated in our review of the game, it becomes a slog by the end. Despite this, it succeeds in one way that no other video game has ever come close: It captures the feminist spirit of the original films, and does justice to Ellen Ripley — one of the cinema's all-time greatest protagonists.
MARGIN MAKERS: Guide to Alien merchandise
One of the most iconic film series of all time, the Alien franchise has an equally storied video game past – with plenty of merch to boot. MCV takes a look at the products coming outta the goddamn walls Since its original release in 1979, the Alien franchise has remained a strong cultural stalwart. Originating with four blockbuster films and quickly diverging into novels, comic books, cross ...
Why Sigourney Weaver returned as Ripley in Alien: Isolation
Alien: Isolation, The Creative Assembly's take on the Alien franchise, is the only game actress Sigourney Weaver has offered her talents to because it's "the first time it makes sense" to her, The Mary Sue reports. Alien: Isolation stars the daughter of Weaver's iconic Ellen Ripley, Amanda.
The Next Chapter of the Alien Franchise… Alien: Isolation
One of the best ways I’ve heard hipster described is one who obsesses over that which is perceived as genuine, be it a type of music, a trend, or even the entire city of Rapture. There is never a shortage of old school analogue to be admired by the ...