Alien 3 audio drama Gibson1,959 Views2 RepliesAdd A Reply
It was interesting that they focused on Bishop and Hicks and had Henriksen and Biehn in it. Ripley is mostly in a coma in this version. There is a competition by two sides The Union of Progressive People and Anchorpoint I think that it is named, owned by Weyland Yutani it is like a comment on the cold war even though it feels kind of old nowadays. Newt is around for a while and then sent back to earth, whatever.
Sometimes it felt that were too many characters and too many places for me to keep in my mind. There were different kinds of monsters which were interesting.
In general I think that it is good that they went with something else since I am not sure if this would have worked with what we have nowadays. Even though I think that the version was kind of average I thank them for making this happen for the historical interest of what the movie became.
Anyone here that has listened to it? What did you think?
I'm constantly playing catch up on games within my collection. I've found a lot of series that I like but I'm almost feeling like I'm getting burnt out on some games. For example I just finished Kiwami 2 and it was really good. I have the remastered collection to move onto next but I'm unsure if I should play something else in the meantime. I kind of felt the same moving from Witcher 1 to Witcher 2 and I haven't really been back to Witcher 2 after playing the first chapter and prologue. Now this always hasn't been the case since when I played Assassin's creed I pretty easily transitioned to brotherhood, revelations and Assassin's creed 3 before I hit a bit of a wall to play a new game. Now comes the question of trying to play some sort of filler before getting to the meaty games or to play some other meaty game before getting back. I could play Fallout 4 before heading back to the Yakuza series but that could mean I won't be back to the series for a long time making it even more difficult to catch up. Do you guys ever experience this?
It was a second draft and needed a lot more work before coming to fruition.
Bearing that in mind, it was pretty entertaining, as was the comic adaptation.