We wouldn't recommend watching this official Gamescom CGI trailer for Alien: Isolation in a dark room.
Alien: Isolation looks to scare the pants off of us come October, and every new detail is another reminder of how The Creative Assembly plans to do just that.
It's been 35 years since Sigourney Weaver and the crew of the Nostromo made sci-fi history, and they tell us how they feel about returning to their iconic roles for Alien: Isolation.
Creative Assembly has listened to Xenomorph enthusiasts everywhere by making the Nostromo-based downloadable content of Alien: Isolation available for those who don't pre-order the game.
Ellen Ripley, Lambert, Brett, Parker, Ash the android and Captain Dallas are back in these new pre-order bonuses for Alien: Isolation.
According to developer Creative Assembly Alien: Isolation is not planned to be Rift-compatibile.
The team that is sicking a new Xenomorph on another Ripley has reassured us that the next-gen versions of Alien: Isolation will look quite similar.
Creative Assembly let us know how long we will have to cower from the fearsome Xenomorph in Alien: Isolation.
The sickly green light on the screen flashes. Save for the metronomic tones pulsating from the machine, the station is silent. There's nothing to be seen, but this little box is all knowing. Something is there.
We know the slogan: In space, no one can hear you scream. Just don't do it aloud when you see these new screenshots for Alien: Isolation.