Alien: Isolation (2014)
Set 15 years after the events of "Alien," gamers play as Ripley's daughter and embark on an mission to find her missing mother.
Fifteen years after the events of the 1979 film "Alien," Amanda Ripley, daughter of Alien protagonist Ellen Ripley, is approached by synthetic Christopher Samuels of the Weyland-Yutani corporation. Samuels informs her that the flight recorder of the Nostromo spacecraft from Alien was recently located by a ship named the Anesidora and is being held aboard Sevastopol, a remote space station owned by the Seegson Corporation, in orbit around the gas giant KG348. He offers her a place on the Weyland-Yutani team sent to retrieve it so that she can have closure regarding the fate of her missing mother. Ripley, Samuels, and Weyland-Yutani executive Nina Taylor travel to Sevastopol on board the courier ship Torrens, owned by captain Diane Verlaine. The group arrives at Sevastopol to find the station damaged and its communications offline. Ripley, Samuels, and Taylor attempt to spacewalk over to the station to investigate, but their EVA line is severed by debris, and Ripley is separated from them and forced to enter the station on her own. ...
Did You Know? 20th Century Fox provided The Creative Assembly with three terabytes of archived data related to the original (1979) "Alien" film, including notes on prop and set design, behind the scenes photos, videos, and the film's original sound effect recordings, to help Creative Assembly authentically recreate the atmosphere of the film. Among the source material provided by 20th Century Fox, was the film's original musical soundtrack, to which the developers re-recorded several of the original cues with a full orchestra, including some of the musicians who worked on the first film's soundtrack.