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NWR: Aliens: Colonial Marines Preview

NWR: Aliens: Colonial Marines has been around for a long time. Back in 2001, a now-defunct Check Six Games began development on a PlayStation 2 game with the same title to be published by EA and Fox Interactive, which was subsequently cancelled. On December 11, 2006, Sega revealed its purchases of the electronic rights from 20th Century Fox to the “Aliens” franchise, and the game we know today was subsequently announced four days later. (Aliens: Colonial Marines, Wii U)

Nevers0ft  +   648d ago
Definitely getting this for the Wii U... I love the whole Aliens franchise and the thought of using the Gamepad as one of the scanners makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand up.
herbs  +   648d ago
I sure hope the Wii U version comes out shortly but I wouldn't be surprised if it gets delayed for months, if thats the case it better have noticeably improved visuals and features like Randy has promoted :[
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Munnkyman  +   648d ago
I am excited to play this

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