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SEGA’s Alien: Isolation Asks, “How Will You Survive?” I Don’t Have An Answer.

WARNING: scary/gross/creepy things.

How am I going to play this game when my eyes are closed the whole time? Here’s a bit from the latest press release:

Creative Assembly is pleased to let us know today that Alien: Isolation™ has ‘gone gold’ and will be hitting shelves and digital storefronts worldwide from October 7, 2014. With the release just one month away, the team has put together a series of short trailers, the first out today.

’#HOWWILLYOUSURVIVE?’ is a series of short trailers running through to release, showcasing many of the unique ways that players will discover that surviving the creature, and the world of Sevastopol, means learning a whole new set of skills. In Alien: Isolation, the creature is hunting you. If it hears you, it will track down the source of the noise; if it sees you, it will pursue at speed; tackling it head-on is not for the faint-hearted. It’s ruthless, relentless and unstoppable. Which makes us ask, #howwillyousurvive?

Okay, here’s my answer: I guess I won’t?

Previously in Alien: Isolation

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