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Alien: Isolation sales pass 1m units

Creative Assembly and Sega’s sci-fi survival horror title Alien: Isolation has now sold over 1m copies. The game was released in October last year to much critical acclaim. It should be noted, however, that Sega’s Aliens: Colonial Marines – which was critically panned – sold 1.31m units in just under …

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Sega pulls PS4 Alien: Isolation patch

A patch designed to fix stuttering cutscene issues has instead caused significant problems for Alien: Isolation players on PS4. Soon after its release users began to complain about game crashes and, in some cases, broken game saves. All of which has led to Sega removing the PS4 1.2 patch entirely …

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Bandai Namco was smart to delay Project CARS

I quite like a good horror game, and this month I’ve been spoilt for choice. There’s been Sega’s terrifying Alien Isolation and Bethesda’s The Evil Within, which marked the return of Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami to the genre he created. Thankfully I have been saving up my trade-in credit …

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Alien: Isolation DLC Corporate Lockdown hits next week

Sega has announced the first of five upcoming add-ons for Alien: Isolation will arrive before the end of the month. Dubbed Corporate Lockdown, the new DLC has players assuming the role of a new playable character forced to escape from a station they had originally planned to extract data from …

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Time to kill Metacritic

I’ve enjoyed reading some recent video games criticism. Not just because they’ve been insightful and informative – games reviews often are – but because the critics have been disagreeing with one another. I always used to be perplexed by video game reviews because, on the whole, all the critics seemed …

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