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ninXeno426

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Posted Mar-30-2017 9:22 PM

Here's a blast from the past.Tonight I'm playing Alien Trilogy(ps1)Released in 1996(I was only 6 years old lol)the game was basically a Doom mod(i kinda like it better than Doom because of the license)True to it's name it spanned the first three movies,with locations including Hadley's Hope,the Prison(on LV-426 lol),and the derelict.This was probably the first truely great Alien game in my opinion.It had a sizable roster of Enemies without straying from the films.A well rounded arsenal of weapons,complete with appropriate sound effects to boot.I posting to see how many of you have played this gem.I've been playing it for years and still love it!I guess I'm kinda old after all lol.(Sorry if this makes no sense,I've been drunking lol)

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45 Responses to Alien Trilogy

dk

Mar-30-2017 9:29 PM

"been drunking " ha!

I have only played Isolation.

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:41 PM

LOL!!!YOU'RE MISSING OUT!!!Twilight Zone is on...AWESOME 

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dk

Mar-30-2017 9:45 PM

I have the entire TZ series on Hulu + and can watch at will- and do from time to time. I could do a marathon at any time with little yo no commercials ;)

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:48 PM

Watchin my collection,Nightmare at 20,000 feet,complete with Shatners hilarious over acting!Great episode!

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ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:49 PM

"Don't patronize me,I'm not insane!"

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dk

Mar-30-2017 9:51 PM

Good choice. Can't remember the title but the one where he sat in a restaurant with a devilish fortune telling machine was great too.

I also have the Night Gallery series on there too which is pretty cool.

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:52 PM

That's "The knick of Time"Both Richard Matheson(brothers favorite author)

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ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:53 PM

This one gone OT LOL!Think it's the drinking Lol

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ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:54 PM

But the Twilight Zone is still awesome!!!

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dk

Mar-30-2017 9:55 PM

Night Gallery, not Night Stalker

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:55 PM

A Twilight Zone thread perhaps?

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ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:56 PM

Aye,not terribly familiar with that one.

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ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 9:59 PM

Ok....I think I've made an ass out of myself enough tonight lol!Ima gonna go play Alien Trilogy now 

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dk

Mar-30-2017 10:00 PM

Night Gallery is Serling's show. It is always him in an art gallery with pictures that give you the boo boo jeebies- creepy as f!$k! Each picture is the subject of the episode and he does his trademark intros and such like in TZ. If you like TZ you will like Night Gallery. It's basically TZ in color.

dk

Mar-30-2017 10:13 PM

Atypical intro went like this:

 His intro usually was, “Good evening, and welcome to a private showing of three paintings, displayed here for the first time. Each is a collector’s item in its own way—not because of any special artistic quality, but because each captures on a canvas, suspended in time and space, a frozen moment of a nightmare.”

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 10:24 PM

Back on Pause.Thanks dk,I'll definitely check it out.Rod Serling has never let me down!Love Planet of the Apes!

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dk

Mar-30-2017 10:37 PM

Oh yes. I had forgotten about his involvement of Planet of the Apes. Nice fun fact!

ninXeno426

Mar-30-2017 10:54 PM

I believe he's mainly responsible for the big ending twist,which makes sense because it is like something out of the Twilight Zone 

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dk

Mar-31-2017 1:43 AM

Watched some Night Gallery an hour ago. Pretty cool.

Farlander

Mar-31-2017 5:55 AM

Hey Nin, we were born in the same year. Yeah, drinks and aliens... or drunk with aliens... or drunk aliens... how can I have this life? lol

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Neomorph

Mar-31-2017 7:09 AM

Ah the memories... it was one of the first games I played on the Playstation along with Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee. 

I recently managed to get a brand new Black Label (original) copy of the game for around $44 (approximate USD price equivalent to  what I paid here) 

Now I just need to get Alien Resurrection so that I can face the Newfbgdjggg *is strangled* 

Drake

Mar-31-2017 7:52 AM

I spent many hours playing Alien Trilogy on my Sega Saturn. That game NAILED the vibe. It was creepy and had perfect pacing..

Neomorph

Mar-31-2017 8:03 AM

Exactly, it's hard to describe but it really got the darkish Alien tone right in a way only Alien Isolation managed to nail yet again almost 20 years later.

ninXeno426

Mar-31-2017 10:15 AM

LOL Farlander!Nice to see some one my age in here.

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ninXeno426

Mar-31-2017 10:18 AM

Neomorph:I actually split the night between Alien Trilogy and Alien Resurrection.Both are great,while Alien Trilogy is basically a Doom mod(also a little slower than Doom)Alien Resurrection probably has more in common with Half Life,a lot of environmental hazards and such.

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Centauri

Mar-31-2017 10:30 AM

I wish i played it , never did, is it still out there on a system to play on?

 

 

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ninXeno426

Mar-31-2017 10:36 AM

It can probably be downloaded through something like the psn,or you can probably get it on eBay for about five bucks 

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Ingeniero

Mar-31-2017 10:51 AM

Great topic ninXeno426. I'm still playing Metroid Prime and Gauntlet on Gamecube (each over and over) from 2002.

I am going to upgrade to a system that I can watch/play the Alien: Covenant VR on. I forecast that the Alien Virtual Reality experience is going to cause problems for me at home during binge plays.

dk

Mar-31-2017 10:52 AM

Neomorph - I remember Oddworl Abe's Exodus. That game was perfect! I downloaded on PSN but it is way too pixilated. There is a newer Oddworld game on PSN but it uses the analog stick instead of the d pads so makes playing not so good.

ninXeno426

Mar-31-2017 10:59 AM

Thanks Ingeniero!I love old school games and Alien Trilogy is a favorite.I'm 27 and I've had it since I was 13 and play it at least once a year.Btw,can someone upload some pics for those who haven't played it so they can see what it's like?I tried but had hard time finding some,it would be awesomely appreciated guys 

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