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Submitted by GIZORAMA 577d ago | review

Aliens: Colonial Marines Review | GIZORAMA

GIZORAMA - It’s no secret that most licensed games live in a world somewhere between mediocre and terrible, and much of that can be attributed to rushed development times, C-list developers, and shallow source material. But take a revered film series with a rich and ever-growing fiction, fan-favorite developer hot off the delivery of a well-received game, and a lengthy development cycle, and you might just have the ingredients for a great game. Aliens: Colonial Marines has all of those elements, but none of that matters if it can’t live up to its hype. (Aliens: Colonial Marines, PC) 1/5

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