Alien: Isolation Crack/Patch

Alien: Isolation Alien: Isolation is a first-person survival horror game which captures the fear and tension evoked by Ridley Scott’s 1979 classic film. Players find themselves in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger as an unpredictable, ruthless Xenomorph is stalking and killing deep in the shadows. Underpowered and underprepared, you must scavenge resources, improvise solutions and use your wits, not just to succeed in your mission, but to simply stay alive.

Download Alien: Isolation Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 83 / 100
User rating
Downloads 14828
Genre Action Adventure, Sci-Fi, General, Survival
Company / Developer
Sega / Creative Assembly

Alien: Isolation reviews ( 7 )

bomb_your_home, Oct 7, 2014

Visually beautiful, creates a sense of actually being in the Nostromo due to all the fine detail. I would recommend this game to any alien fan. Player beware can be very hard!

Dead_Head, Feb 18, 2016

Amazing game. Great story, graphics, gameplay and pacing. Don't understand the bad/mixed reviews...This game is definitely worth picking up, especially if you're a fan of the Alien franchise. Stay's true to the franchise and is a fantastic new entry into the story arch. The only complaint I have is how poorly the character animations were handled. The voice acting is top notch, but the character mouth and face animations are awful. At times during conversations characters mouth's won't move at all, making it difficult to tell who is talking to you. Certainly not a perfect game, but the hands down the best Alien game I have ever played. Giving it a 10 to boost it's overall score since it is most deserving of a better score than it has received from critics.

alvargon, Oct 21, 2014

The game have all that a fan need from an Alien game, Perfect ambient, good gameplay with a nice "bad guy", the alien is the perfect son of a **** of the game, unpredictable movement, one hit one kill, if you don't have the flame-throwers ;), he learn, for each flare that receives it resist more and he have more aggressive movements. The humans are not the most intelligence but who cares, the protagonist is the Alien. Good graphics, good BSO (most are the originals from first movie), good history on the line of the first and second movie... In summary, if you like the saga you need this game ;)

Conquistadork, Jan 29, 2015

"Alien: Isolation takes its time. More than that, it takes long, languorous steps. Steps that are perverse and filled with shadows and something inexplicably gorgeous and something primal and afraid. Before going any further, it’s important to point that out. This is not a run-and-gun. This is not the screeching jump scares of Five Night At Freddy’s. Nor is it the ripping, tearing, maw of Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Isolation is slow and atmospheric. You’re not playing a badass marine with a machine gun–you’re not a moody, misunderstood loner with an endless belt feed of ammunition and a chip on your shoulder. You’re an engineer. Amanda Ripley. Who has volunteered to join a doomed mission to retrieve the black box of a lost ship, the Nostromo–quite possibly her mother’s last words and the only clue she has to her fate. The fear that accompanies this search for a loved one follows you throughout the entirety of the game. It paints itself on the walls–it taps chisels into your breathing as you join Amanda in holding her breath in order to avoid detection." Read the full review at Notes From The Conquistadork:

Dobian, Dec 16, 2014

I have seen the movie many times (I even fired it up again the other day after playing this) and can say that Alien: Isolation almost perfectly captures the mood of that classic. So many of the details from the Nostromo are present on Sevastopol station, like the dipping birds, the cassette-playing boom boxes, the style of the rooms and bulkheads, the 70s era low tech look and feel to everything. You even get to visit the iconic alien derelict ship in the game via a flashback. Cool! But the most important thing it captures is the feeling of dread, the anticipation of death around every corner. The alien is terrifying, but you are most afraid when you don't even see it, just hear it stalking the halls or scuttling around in the air ducts. Alien: Isolation features a simple but suspenseful story, fleshed out by logs, radio communications, and a few direct interactions with other survivors on the station. The length and pacing of the game is excellent, there is never a dull moment. The manual save system that I was worried about is actually implemented very well, and I like how they incorporated the save stations into the game world so organically. Visually, the environments are wonderfully detailed, believably authentic, and sometimes spectacular. I was disappointed in the character animations, however, which looked more like something from five years ago, and the dialogue was not always synced up well with the mouth movements. I hope CA focuses on this more if they do a sequel. My only real criticism of the gameplay is with the last thirty minutes or so. Without giving anything away, after a certain significant event happens to your character, the gameplay suddenly changes from a stealth/survival game to a consoley/XBox linear action game with cut scenes and a final scene that is a god-awful quick time event. For a game built on the dynamic of completing your objectives while using your wits and limited resources to avoid detection by the alien and other human and android enemies, to end with you mashing keys when prompted was a real letdown. This game would have earned a 10/10 if it had a worthy finish that had you utilize the skills that got you through the first 97 percent of it.

Toothpicker, Jan 14, 2016

Undeniably great and worthy, atmosphere and sound are phenomenal, graphics are stella, and the tension is real. I'd have liked it more if it was half as long as it is though as large segments are tedious, lots of backtracking and repetitive gameplay. Still worthwhile.

AnnoyedatThis, Jan 27, 2015

Story was fine the Cut scenes are fine, it's a boring game when you figure out the alien it becomes waiting and balancing simulator. a