SEGA has released Alien Isolation for mobile devices

SEGA has released Alien Isolation for mobile devices

Tech Highlights:

  • While investigating the station, the crew finds that they’re not alone. Hiding among the ship is a Xenomorph. The game mostly revolves around avoiding and combating this alien and escaping the station. This game stands out because of its M rating. SEGA, being the company that gave us Sonic The Hedgehog, Super Monkey Ball, Samba De Amigo, and other lighthearted franchises, doesn’t make mature titles too often. SEGA made the decision to bring Alien Isolation to mobile devices under the publishing of Feral Interactive. Today, this game is now on Android and iOS. When the company announced it, it said that the experience will be indistinguishable from the original console release. This is a bold claim, indeed.

  • Alien Isolation is a SEGA game that stands out because of its spooky atmosphere. It’s a far cry from Sonic, and it’s finally available on mobile. What’s more intriguing is SEGA’s promise of a game experience that’s practically indistinguishable from the console version. SEGA’s Alien Isolation is a survival horror game that was released in 2014. It was first released for the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC gaming consoles. The game’s aesthetics, storey, and gameplay garnered mostly positive feedback. Amanda Ripley, Ellen Ripley’s daughter, is the protagonist of the novel. Amanda is intrigued by the flight recording from Ellen’s most recent voyage, and she wants to know what happened to her mother. She goes to investigate the space station where the flight recording is kept, along with several other personnel.

SEGA indicated that it’s bringing the entire game to mobile without anything left out. This is a big feat and something that players will have to test once they get the game. Based on the Play Store page, this will be a pretty exclusive and demanding game. For starters, only phones that are running Android 9 or later will be able to run it. Also, SEGA put a list of compatible devices that can run this game. It includes Galaxy devices as old as the Galaxy S10, the Galaxy Note 10, and the Galaxy Tab S6. There’s also the Asus ROG Phone III, The Pixel 3/XL, Pixel 6/Pro, OnePlus phones as old as the 6T, and a handful of others. If you really want to download this game, and your phone is compatible, you can get it here. It costs $14.99 to download. The actual app is only 113MB, but if this is the full game, you can expect some serious GBs of additional downloads.

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