8BitChimp says, "Alien: Isolation contains a collaboration of nostalgia, terror and universal exhilaration. The narrative begins with overwhelming promise, thrusting our protagonist into the aforementioned isolation within the space station Sevastopol. Atmosphere is tremendously abundant, accompanied by a remarkable use of sound and score, oppressing and frightful in those first footsteps aboard the Sevastopol. While U.K. developer Creative Assembly crafts a distinctive vibe that calls back to Ridley Scott’s original 1979 film in more ways than one, the overarching journey is one that ultimately becomes muddled and bemused. By no means is Alien: Isolation a poor game, but it does unfortunately develop into a disappointing experience."