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Aliens vs. Predator 3 (2010)

Aliens vs. Predator (original title)
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





Credited cast:
Dr. H.G. Groves / Predator / Alien / Specimen 6 (voice)
Corporal Teresa 'Tequila'Aquila (voice)
Katya / Mother (voice)
Glenn Wrage ...
Maj. Van Zandt / Combat Androids (voice)
Ian Dunn ...
Additional Alien vocals (voice)
Ako Mitchell ...
Additional Predator vocals (voice)
Patricia Rodriguez ...
Female Marines / Additional Voices (voice)
Rookie / Marines (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nick Brewer ...
Other Marines (voice)
James Fraser ...
Other Marines (voice)
Phill Jupitus ...
Additional Voices (voice)
Paul Mackman ...
Additional Voices (voice)


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?


Action | Sci-Fi


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Release Date:

16 February 2010 (USA)  »

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Despite its mixed critical reception, Aliens vs. Predator debuted at number one on the UK all formats chart. It is currently the fastest-selling game of 2010 in the UK, a record previously held by BioShock 2. It was also the best-selling game on Steam, as well as on the retail PC charts. See more »


The Predator's thermal vision is inconsistent in its display of heat signatures. Dark-skinned characters appear to be cooler than light-skinned characters, and all humans appear warmer than fire. See more »


Karl Bishop Weyland: This has been a high-cost operation. Let us hope that my predecessor's faith in it was justified.
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References Aliens vs. Predator 2: Primal Hunt (2002) See more »

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Very enjoyable, but it was clear that it was rushed.
5 November 2010 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

I heard about this game before it went into production. But it seemed like no time passed at all from Pre-Production to release. When I heard Rebellion was making this one as they did the original (still my all time favourite game) I was very excited. The trailers for it made me all the more optimistic. When it was released, it was very close to what I imagined, though it was clear that the time-frame and/or budget they had for this game was lacking what they needed. The graphics were decent, but seemed unpolished and other than the execution kills, they seemed rather cartoonish. especially during the cutscenes. As for the multiplayer, that's where it got really frustrating. if you try joining a quick match sometimes you'd be waiting 10 minutes before it found a game. Also, if you tried to join a specific game type (say Predator Hunt) it would often join a death match or Infest game. On the rare occasion you could join a Predator Hunt game, you'd only get a maximum of 4 people playing which got very boring. When it's supposed to be up to 18 people in a match, I don't think I once played with more than 10 people. Also the campaigns were wayyyyy too short. I think you got like 8 hours of game play from all 3 campaigns? I'm not sure but I beat all of them ridiculously fast.

I heard rumours that Sega pushed Rebellion to develop the game quicker than they wanted to and practically forced it out before it was finished. I also heard a rumour that Sega was pulling their support for the game (meaning no game servers) if this is the case, I don't blame Rebellion, I blame Sega. I hope that Rebellion is given another chance to make a sequel to this game and are given the proper respect and tools to do their job properly.

I still gave this game a 10 because I was completely disappointed in the Sierra-Developed AvP 2 that pretty much removed everything I loved about the original 1999 AvP game. So this game, was definitely trying to go back to its roots and properly capture the atmosphere of the original films and for the most part I think it was a success and I look forward to the sequel...as long as Rebellion makes it.

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