It is certainly odd that, after years without a new Aliens game, at least three have come along at once. Aliens vs. Predator, Aliens: Colonial Marines and the Aliens DS game are all on the cards, and while speaking with AvP developer Rebellion, I asked project lead Tim Jones if it was weird working on one Aliens game while knowing that Gearbox was working on another.
"As a life-long Aliens fan, I think it's terrific that Sega is publishing more than one Aliens game in the near future," he explained. "I'm naturally very excited to see what the talented guys at Gearbox deliver."
We have a little bit more Aliens vs. Predator coverage still to come, so if you're hyped for interstellar wars between vagina-mouthed serial killers and phallus-headed bestial rapists, then stay tuned to Destructoid!
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