A team of scientists have tampered in a realm of space that was to remain untouched. Guarded by a squadron of money-driven ex-Marine mercenaries called the Iron Bears (led by General Rykov)... See full summary »


Credited cast:
Todd Licea ...
Corporal Andrew 'Frosty' Harrison / Additional Voices (voice)
Jock Blaney ...
Major McCain / Additional Voices (voice)
John Armstrong ...
Duke Morrison / Sergeant Blackwell / Dimitri / Additional Voices (voice)
David Scully ...
Jones / Ivan Hushvatov / Additional Voices (voice)
Jen Taylor ...
Tomiko / Additional Voices (voice)
Andromeda Dunker ...
Major Dunya / Additional Voices (voice)
Jeff Steitzer ...
General Vassili Rykov / Additional Voices (voice)
Dr. Eisenberg / Additional Voices (voice)
Kit Harris ...
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Heidi Turner ...
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Richard Chapman Jr. ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Bob Gunter ...
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A team of scientists have tampered in a realm of space that was to remain untouched. Guarded by a squadron of money-driven ex-Marine mercenaries called the Iron Bears (led by General Rykov), the scientists and mercenaries find themselves in the middle of a galactic war between a species of aliens and a species known as 'Predators.' The story is split into three campaigns, each depicting a different point of view from a different character: an expeditor U.S. Marine (not a member of the mercenary forces), an alien, and a predator. Written by Flotis

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They're back. With a few days to kill...


Action | Sci-Fi


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The Marines' ship, the Verloc, is named after a character in a Joseph Conrad book. The ships form the first two Alien movies (Nostromo, Narcissus, and Sulaco) also got their names from Joseph Conrad books. See more »


Guard1: We're in trouble now!
Guard2: We've been in trouble all the time!
Guard2: It's just worse now!
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References Predator 2 (1990) See more »

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the game of the Millennium
25 May 2002 | by (lisbon portugal) – See all my reviews

Wowweee! What the hell was that, nothing but a roller coaster... If, like me, you are that kind 'o guy that absolutely worships the alien saga and has always wanted to take to the field killing aliens or (humans or both), but are a little afraid of being caught by the police and sort of out of ammo, then this is THE game you've been looking for.

I have never seen such a brilliantly reproduced atmosphere in a film inspired game before. Lots of the mistakes that the first AVP had were corrected here, such as the one-off missions (that had hardly any connection with each other), and many others which aren't worth mentioning.

this is the only game I've ever played (and belive me I played many) that instilled fear in me. I mean pure, absolute fear! Fear of giving a single step forward, of looking back at what's lurking behind you or fear at the horrible noises coming from around the corner. It's everything the film saga is and a whole lot more.

about the species: either one you choose will be as challenging. the marine has the obvious limitations of humans; the predator has the most amazing weapons in the galaxy, and the alien is... well, just different. the game isn't all that hard to finish as the first AVP, because you can save your progress now. However, it does has a number of difficulty levels, that turn the game into a challenging experience.

the new abilities - such as pounce, or the wallwalk toggle - will add enormously to the gaming experience. The alien is a lot stealthier, although some abilities - like the predator vision modes - will circumvent this. but there's where your tactical genius will have to intervene. a good alien player will find a way around this, which will usually mean charging the enemy headlong, hitting fast and hard.

getting in the skin of the predator gives you a sense of invincibility - untill you start getting hacked left and right. believe me, there is a level that took me and my brother almost a month to complete (old debts). it's a cave full of aliens, that shows just how inefficient your high-tech weapons can be. but the real pleasure is when you hunt humans; it's always fun collecting the trophies and snipping at the sentry guns.

the marine as a good range of equipment, from the trusty old m41a, to the blowtorch, the smart gun and the hacking device. too bad that you can't get any of the really heavy stuff untill the end of the game (like the battle suit).

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