Alien: Isolation: The Collection

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About Alien: Isolation: The Collection

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Own the first-ever game to capture the essence of dread from Ridley Scott's renowned horror/science-fiction film with your Alien: Isolation Collection Steam PC key. This first-person horror from SEGA and Creative Assembly promises a gripping encounter like no other, as well as a series of intense DLCs that add more untold and intense stories to your gameplay experience.

THE RIPLEY SAGA CONTINUES
Become Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley, and find out what became of her mother fifteen years prior. Stealth your way through a world filled with terror and mystery as you’re hunted down by the ghastly Alien.

CUNNING ALIEN
Players will go up against an AI which adapts to your methods of evasion in order to kill you in several brutal ways. Take shelter in various locations including ventilation shafts, lockers and in dark corners to stand the slightest chance of escaping this space-age threat.

YOU’RE NOT ALONE
As well as escaping from Xenomorphs and ‘facehuggers’ trying to lay eggs down your throat, AI androids called Working Joes provide an eerie foe throughout the game. Simply hiding from these creepy, expressionless robots has little effect if you’re within range – as the androids will pursue you, kicking and swiping as you quiver under a table. Be warned, Working Joes and the loose alien are not at war, so don’t expect to use them as a helpful distraction. Not only do players get to experience a game which has been described by critics as a ‘terrifying’, the Alien: Isolation Collection Steam key also includes the Season Pass, with seven nerve-wracking DLCs to test even the bravest of space explorers or survivors.

YOUR OFFICIAL ALIEN: ISOLATION COLLECTION STEAM PC KEY GIVES YOU:

  • Alien: Isolation: Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant dread and mortal danger. Fifteen years after the events of Alien™, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, Amanda enters a desperate battle for survival, on a mission to unravel the truth behind her mother's disappearance.
  • Alien: Isolation Corporate Lockdown DLC: Choose from playable characters B. Ransome, Ellen Ripley, Axel Fielding or Hughes and attempt to escape from the Sevastopol Station in this single player expansion. This DLC includes three maps; Severance, Scorched Earth and Loose Ends. Corporate Lockdown also includes Gauntlet Mode, where players are prompted to complete all three missions back-to-back without dying.
  • Alien: Isolation Trauma DLC: Set during the events of Corporate Lockdown, Trauma sees players take control of chief medical officer K. Lingard, collecting medical supplies for her camp as well as destroying any of her existing research on the Xenomorph alien to prevent it falling into the wrong hands. The DLC features the Reoperation, Crawl Space and Overrun maps – and players can also opt to play as Amanda Ripley, Dallas, Ellen Ripley or Ricardo – instead of Lingard.
  • Alien: Isolation - Safe Haven DLC: In Safe Haven, players control Hughes in what was the first DLC which introduced the Salvage Mode. After finding the only safe room in the Sevastopol Station, you’ll be tasked with venturing out of your comfort zone in order to gain supplies – dodging certain encounters with not-so-friendly Xenomorphs.
  • Alien: Isolation - Lost Contact DLC: Guide Axel Fielding on a mission through challenging tasks during his fight to survive. Play through the second all-new Salvage Mode map, featuring Lorenz Private Wards and the Emergency Power Plant.
  • Alien: Isolation - The Trigger DLC: Play as deputy Ricardo, member of the Colonial Marshal Bureau, as he is sent by marshal Waits on a dangerous quest to place explosives in the Sevastopol Station to, hopefully, kill the Xenomorph Drone slaughtering the station's remaining population. Journey through the Damage Control, The Package and Blast Seat maps as Ricardo, K. Lingard, Amanda Ripley, Dallas or Dennis Parker.
  • Last Survivor DLC: Playing as Ellen Ripley - the sole survivor - it is down to you to complete the last mission on board the Nostromo. Players must set the ship into self-destruct mode and attempt to reach the escape shuttle before it's too late.
  • Crew Expendable DLC: Play as Dallas, Parker or Ellen Ripley and find a way to isolate the Alien - overcoming the terror that confronts them.


Please note: This collection delivers as a single Steam key 

Critic Reviews

90 / 100
"Inspired by the first movie of the Alien saga, this FPS survival horror is simply the best homage to Ridley Scott's movie. It will haunt you, it will scare you and it will make...
59 / 100
"It may seem strange to complain that a game’s too long, but when the genuine scares of being hunted by an unstoppable predator are so diluted by repetition and padding,...
85 / 100
"Isolation has some flaws, but it's faithful to the film series, and I'd love to see a follow-up with a few extra alien evolutions."
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renafi
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What a great game! The atmosphere and the pacing combine very well to bring a solid title to this franchise. Totally worth it.
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A game that's more about the journey rather than the destination.

WarChaser
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Despite the great atmosphere and the intriguing stories they delivered, I could never get into games like Outlast or Amnesia. What one finds scary is subjective for the most part, but I've always found not being able to fight back and only having to rely on running and hiding when facing a threat, a lot less terrifying than having the ability to fight back, but being actively discouraged to use it. With the former, your course of action is always clear, which removes a lot of the tension, where as the latter has you anxiously biting your nails, debating on your next move. Enter Alien: Isolation, a game that despite being released solely for the purpose of making you forget about 2013's Aliens: Colonial marines, manages to go above and beyond with the concept of an unstoppable predator. Throughout the 20 hours of the story, you will be exploring Sevastopol station, as you try to figure out what happened to the freighter ship Nostromo, gone missing during the events of the first Alien film. The developers have done a great job recreating the retro-futuristic style of the Alien universe, and it's obvious a lot of care and effort went into making the game as beautiful and tense as it could have been. Various obstacles will be in your way, such as the eponymous Alien, but also other humans fighting for survival, haywire worker androids, and the station itself. The game surpasses titles such as Outlast and Amnesia by giving you multiple options to work around these obstacles. While you'll be able to fight your way through on occasion, doing so will be exposing your miniscule health bar and quickly wail away at your limited supplies. A noisy distraction could lure away a patrolling android, but also attract a bigger threat to your position. Stealthing it up entirely may prove to be the safest option at first, but there's a chance you'll find yourself backed into a corner should a hasty escape be required. While playing on the hardest difficulty is highly recommended, it is also the source of many difficulty spikes and dips. With the AI of the Alien being unpredictable as is, the increased difficulty takes it a step further. At times, the Alien will score a cheap kill, giving you no chance to defend yourself or flee, while other times he will simply wander off, letting you crawl your way through the level almost unchallenged. The human enemies suffer from this as well, sometimes being able to see you from a mile away, opening fire almost instantly, while...
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Sam Jones
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While playing Alien: Isolation, there is a certain feeling of desperation you don't get from most survival horror games. The Alien is smart, and just when you think you've got a formula for working a way around it, it finds you out and brings about your demise.
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