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After the events depicted in Aliens (1986) and Aliens: Fire and Stone. Michael Bishop Weyland sets up War against the Colonial Marines to cover up the Xeno conspiracy.
In the recent Titan Books EU outing Aliens: Bug Hunt. The M41A Mark 2 Pulse Rifles first featured in this game appears again in the short story "Deep Background". This story deals with the aftermath off the Hadley's Hope incident then continues onto Aliens: Life & Death and Alien: Sea Of Sorrows.
Pvt. Peter O'Neal:
You make a fuckin' sound. Your brains are what they find in the garbage tomorrow, not if you understand asshole.
Pvt. Peter O'Neal: Bella, lay down on the table.
Pvt. Peter O'Neal: She had uh, she had one of those Facehuggers, it left a baby one in her chest, how do you get it out?
Weyland-Yutani Scentist: You,...
The developers of the game used the original construction schematics to meticulously recreate the sets of the movie. However the cryogenic compartment on the Sulaco seen here is half the size of the original, and contains half as many cryopods. (Too few, in fact, for the crew of the ship!) When filming Aliens, only half of this set was actually designed and constructed, and a floor-to-ceiling mirror was used to show the "other half of the room" receding into the distance. The developers didn't account for this camera trick.
Short written messages were made from Developers during the ending credits.
The Overhaul Mod changes up Aliens: Colonial Marines with upgraded level graphics, Xeno balance, weapon balances, surround sounds maximum out and all the Xenos & PMCs bodies remain on the floors.
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