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Submitted by OddChild 854d ago | review

Aliens: Colonial Marines Review I VideoGamesUncovered

The Aliens franchise has been steadily terrifying its way through generations of fans since 1986, when Ripley first encountered the acid-blooded, nightmare-inducing Xenomorph. With Aliens vs Predator getting a game rendition, it was about time that someone took on the mammoth task of bringing the horror of Aliens to consoles, and Gearbox seemed more than eager to be that team. It should have been a good thing. Unfortunately Aliens: Colonial Marines hasn’t turned out quite the way Aliens fans had hoped it would, decimating hopeful gamers across the world. But it isn’t all bad! VGU played Aliens: Colonial Marines on the Xbox 360 so keep reading to find out why it’s not all doom and gloom. (Aliens: Colonial Marines, Xbox 360) 5/10

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