Entries in 'aliens' (32)
Both publisher Sega and developer Gearbox have rubbished a lawsuit filed against the pair regarding Aliens: Colonial Marines.
Sega’s Aliens: Colonial Marines is this week’s UK No.1, becoming the biggest launch of 2013 in the process.
Quite why developers are scrapping to take credit for Aliens: Colonial Marines is a bit of a mystery.
This one is going to rumble on and on.
Gearbox did not hand over the development of Aliens: Colonial Marines’ single player mode to TimeGate, Sega has insisted.
A victory for girl power, and indeed common sense.
Players won’t have the option of playing as a female character in Aliens: Colonial Marines multiplayer. And one gamer is not at all happy.
Closing a number of Sega’s territorial offices has been a ‘painful’ but ‘logical’ process, Sega Europe’s COO Jurgen Post has told MCV.
Sega has confirmed it will shut down a number of its European offices as its business switches to new digital content and just select IP for retail.
Sega’s Aliens: Colonial Marines has been delayed. Again.
Fans of the Aliens franchise may want to hold out for the Nintendo SKU of Colonial Marines.
Sega's Aliens FPS has been pushed back to an autumn 2012 release.
Its long development cycle may give the impression of fraught relationships behind the scenes, but developer Gearbox has got nothing but praise for 20th Century Fox.
Sega has confirmed portable side-scrolling shooter Aliens: Infestation will be released in the UK this September.
Worried that Aliens: Colonial Marines will be yet another shoddy licensed title? Fear not.
Sega has at last, in its own words, "re-announced" long-awaited FPS Aliens: Colonial Marines, which is now scheduled for a release on PS3, Xbox 360 and PC in spring 2012.
A brand new title in the Alien video game franchise has been confirmed this morning, MCV can reveal.
Sega shooter Aliens: Colonial Marines is still on track for a release in 2011, the boss of developer Gearbox Software has assured.
Developer Gearbox has insisted that its still mysterious licensed FPS Aliens: Colonial Marines is indeed in the works and still has the full backing of publisher Sega.
The CEO of development studio Obsidian has claimed that his studios’ cancelled Aliens RPG was, to all intents and purposes, complete when Sega decided to pull the plug.
The big games of February may have belonged to Sega, Ubisoft and Take-Two, but it was EA that emerged as the biggest publisher last month.
The value of the UK games software market in February fell two per cent year-on-year, according to ELSPA/GfK Chart-Track.
Aliens vs Predator has become Sega’s fastest selling game in the company’s history.