Aliens vs. Predator (2010)

Video Game  |  Action, Sci-Fi  |  16 February 2010 (USA)
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Play as a marine and fight agenst the aliens play as the predator and kill humans and hunt down aliens play as aliens and kill humans and predator that get in your way

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Dr. H.G. Groves / Predator / Alien (voice)
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Corporal Teresa 'Tequila'Aquila (voice)
Laurel Lefkow ...
Katya / Mother (voice)
Glenn Wrage ...
Maj. Van Zandt / Combat Androids (voice)
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Based on the Alien and Predator film franchises, take control of a Xenomorph, predator, or human marine in online or single player. In single player the player can play a campaign as any of the three species. In online, play as the species of your choice against friend or foe through several exciting game modes. Written by guccipix

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Hunter. Survivor. Prey. Which will you be?

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Aliens vs. Predator sold over 1.69 million copies worldwide. See more »

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The mission summary at the end of the final Predator level states that there are ten collectibles to be found when there are in fact only five. See more »

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Karl Bishop Weyland: My name is Karl Bishop Weyland, and this is my facility. All you have to do is leave and I give you my word that you will not be pursued... At least not by any of my personnel.
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Follows Aliens vs. Predator 2 (2001) See more »

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Decent but could've been better
6 July 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Predator - The game developers were clearly inspired by the settings and ideas AVP (2004) helped established, which is why much of it's design in this game resembles those from the actual film, which in IMO was a bad route take. Now it's not all bad, as a matter of a fact, some of the concepts are actually quite interesting, like for example the ability to jump across long distance, from platform to platform, and the fact that the disc actually requires skill to eliminate your opponent unlike it's predecessor which featured a lock-on tracker system allowing killing Humans and Aliens to be far to easy. The sound bites were arguably the biggest disappointment about playing as the Predator, because literally all the sounds the Pred makes have been re-recorded, leaving the player with no famous roar, or screech but instead a mutated horse which doesn't in the slightest sound anything like a Predator should. The single-claw approach along with the updated sound effects almost makes for a different creature, and therefore doesn't leave you feeling like your controlling a Predator, which overall is rather disappointing. The campaign was rather flat story-wise, but I did enjoy the expansion of the Predator culture, and slashing Aliens never gets old especially since there's many trophy kills and normal strikes to choose from. The lack of the combi-stick and/or net gun was also disappointing..

game-play - 8/10 story - 6/10

Alien - One thing I must say that they improved on with the Alien game-play in terms of realism, was that they finally fixed the heat bite feature. In all 6 of the Alien films, it's clearly established that the 'little mouth' pokes a hole right through the center of the human forehead, which is exactly what the Alien does here. In lets say, AVP2; the Alien completely bites the head off, which whist looks cool doesn't fit in with the logic of the Alien's capabilities -- so I was glad to see this fixed up. The controls look and fell accurate to how the Alien moves and behaves, but having said that the pounce is no longer in tact which I found disappointing considering stunning enemies and then attacking them when there most vulnerable in terms of movement, was one of the funnest things to do in AVP2. The sounds have once again been modified, and apart from a death scream, all the original sounds have been replaced, but in this case, I actually don't mind 'em as much as the awful re-made roars the Predators make. I'm about half-way through the single player campaign and while I heard a lot of positive reviews about it, I was quite underwhelmed; mainly due to the fact that you don't start as a face hugger and work yourself up through the life cycle which I really enjoyed in the AVP2 Alien campaign.

game-play - 7.5/10 story - 4/10 (so-far)

Marine - Quite possibility the most underrated single-player campaign out there. I really enjoyed the dark and creepy atmosphere of the Marine, and IMO, it really captured the fear of the Aliens again, since there really wasn't much light and you had to use your motion tracker and flares to get an idea of where they were located. The weapon selection was a bit of a let down considering there was no rocket launcher or mini-gun to choose from, and the sniper whist understandably toned down from its 'overpowered' approach in AVP2, doesn't do near enough damage as it should. Overall I found the Marine to be quite entertaining; and it was easily the best single-player experience in the game.

game-play - 8/10 story - 9/10


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