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article imageVideo: 'Aliens — Colonial Marines' marines pep talk trailer

By Can Tran     Jan 25, 2013 in Entertainment
Sega and Gearbox Softwear have released the latest trailer for its sci-fi horror first-person shooter game called "Aliens: Colonial Marines" which is directly connected to the movie "Aliens" that was directed by James Cameron.
Before its February 12 release, a new trailer has been released for “Aliens: Colonial Marines” which is part of the “Aliens” series of video games and movies. In this trailer, one of the major game characters gives an off-camera pep talk to you. With how the pep talk is given, it may motivate both fans of the Aliens franchise and first-person shooter games to pre-order a copy or to go out and boy a copy when it its stores across North America. The trailer gives a motivating pep talk such as marines don't get left behind, you shoot anything that moves, you shoot twice anything that doesn't move and make sure its death, take advantage of all the weaponry at your disposal, and you don't die unless your superiors give you the order to.
With this trailer and the dubstep music background, it makes it more exciting to wait for the game to be released. This game will be part of the storyline canon as it takes place after “Aliens” (directed by James Cameron) which came out in the late 1980s which starred Sigourney Weaver, Michael Biehn, Bill Paxton, and Lance Henriksen. The game's story fills in the gap between Aliens and “Alien 3.” The game will be available on February 12. The game is developed by Gearbox Software and published by Sega. Fans of the Aliens franchise may want to get this game. This game will be available for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii U, and PC.
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