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Aliens: Colonial Marines appears to be Gearbox's top priority now that Borderlands is out of the way...
Gearbox Interactive's CEO and President, Randy Pitchford has reassured gamers that the studio is still working on Aliens: Colonial Marines despite the game's slide into obscurity after missing its previously slated 2009 release window.
"We have an Aliens game with Sega and 20th Century Fox which we're really excited about. It's the thing I've been stealing from all my career. Now I'm really working on it, but we've been quiet about that so far," Pitchford told MCV.
It appears Borderlands played significant role in the delay of Colonial Marines, as the Take-Two Interactive project dominated Gearbox's resources and effectively placed Colonial Marines on the back-burner.
"Borderlands took over Gearbox," said Pitchford. "We had so much fun working on that and when we finished we wanted to carry on. And the DLC - we've launched two so far and there's a third to come which take us to a new level in every way."
Colonial Marines had formed part of an Aliens trilogy from publisher SEGA that included Rebellion's Aliens vs. Predator and Obsidian's Aliens RPG. While the Aliens RPG was canned last year, AVP launched to mixed reviews last month but managed to claim the number one spot on the UK charts for its first week on the market.
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