Alien Isolation: Nostalgic Mission 9 Playthrough With Commentary

Mission 9 is a total throwback to the original Alien film and I couldn’t resist making a playthrough vid w/commentary. Nostalgia overload!





Mission 9 in Alien Isolation takes us through as a team of explorers on LV-426 in search of the derelict spaceship that is emitting the distress signal that the crew of the Nostromo honed in on in the original Alien film from 1979. It is a total throwback to the old film and I couldn’t resist making a playthrough vid w/commentary. Hope you all enjoy!








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4 thoughts on “Alien Isolation: Nostalgic Mission 9 Playthrough With Commentary”

  1. The details on the walls in both chambers are also insane — long, fluted,
    nightmarish-looking columns that end in orifices that look like vaginas,
    straight out of an HR Giger art book. This game is ridiculously faithful to
    the first Alien movie, which was the best of the franchise, hands-down. My
    only complaint is that it gets too stressful sometimes during those long
    sequences when the Alien is stalking you. But then again, that’s what the
    game is supposed to do, and it does it well.

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