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Alien Trilogy

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Alien Trilogy is a first-person shooter based on the first three Alien movies. You control Lt. Ripley in three sections, each based on one film: The colony complex on LV426 (from Aliens), the prison planet (from Alien³) and the derelict spaceship (from Alien). Each section consists of about 10 missions. In every mission, certain goals must be accomplished to continue. These include killing a certain number of enemies, finding items or activating switches.

Enemies include everything the alien life cycle provides: facehuggers, chestbursters, warrior aliens, dog aliens (from Alien³) and alien queens, one of which waits in the final mission of every section. In addition to the Aliens, you also have to fight employees of the Company, who have either been infected by the aliens and are beyond saving or who actively want to obstruct your mission.

Weapons to be used include pistol, shotgun, pulse rifle, flame thrower and smart gun. Ammunition, health upgrades and other useful items are scattered throughout the levels. Hidden areas may be uncovered by using explosives like grenades and seismic charges. An auto mapping system helps in not getting lost, night goggles and shoulder lamps (running on battery power) allow you to see in the dark and the motion tracker tells you where your enemies are - but only if they are moving.


Alien Trilogy SEGA Saturn Episode 1 - The Colony ~ Partytime! With the shotgun you can now blow up the red barrels. Some of the crates conceal facehuggers.
Alien Trilogy DOS This alien, however, is unimpressed with your fancy new scattergun.
Alien Trilogy DOS The alien Queen doesn't take well to interruptions of her daily routine.
Alien Trilogy SEGA Saturn Episode 2 - The Prison ~ The automap also allows you to zoom in to a close-up view, showing details like doors, crates and destructible walls.

Alternate Titles

  • "エイリアントリロジー" -- Japanese spelling

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User Reviews

The Alien-licensed games go FPS PlayStation *Katakis* (37914)
More fun than it has a right to be. DOS RussS (781)
Damn good find! PlayStation Stefan K (6)
A dark arena filled with scares and creatures. SEGA Saturn thehype16 (3)

Critic Reviews

Gamezilla PlayStation 1997 93 out of 100 93
Game Players PlayStation May, 1996 91 out of 100 91
Playmag SEGA Saturn Sep, 1996 90 out of 100 90
Electric Playground PlayStation Jul 13, 1996 9 out of 10 90
Game Zero SEGA Saturn Mar, 2001 21 out of 25 84
Privat Computer PC DOS 1997 82 out of 100 82
Entertainment Weekly DOS Apr 19, 1996 B 75
PC Player (Denmark) DOS 1997 69 out of 100 69
Computer and Video Games (CVG) DOS Aug 15, 2001 5 out of 10 50
GameSpot DOS Jan 03, 1997 4 out of 10 40


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German version

In the German version, all human and cyborg enemies were replaced with alien enemies. However, the replaced human soldiers still leave ammo and weapons behind. Also the death animations and help cries of the prisoners were removed.
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