Aliens vs. Predator (Video Game 2010) Poster

(2010 Video Game)

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  • The game was developed by Rebellion, who made the original 1999 game and the trailers and screen shots of shown it to be much more like the original AvP game. In an interview, the developers said there would be online co-op mode. In the original AvP game, co-op mode was online skirmish where players could either be Predators or Marines fighting endless onslaughts of aliens.

    This version will be called "Survival Mode" where up to 4 players can play as Marines surviving waves of Aliens. Similar to Nazi Zombies for Call of Duty: World At War, but stemming from the original idea of AvP. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Rebellion developed the original 1999 game. Sierra developed the second game and kept very few elements from the first game the same. Rebellion is developing this game again and said they are trying to stick close to the original as it was good at capturing the atmosphere of the films. So this could be seen as a re-boot of the original. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • The stories interlace at certain points but the Alien story takes place first, the Predator's second and the Marine's third. Edit (Coming Soon)

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  • In the first Aliens Vs. Predator film; Lance Henriksen played Charles Weyland was the founder of Weyland Industries that later merged with the Yutani Corporation to become Weyland-Yutani. In Aliens Lance Henriksen played Bishop, an android. In Alien 3, Lance Henriksen played a character credited as "Bishop II", who claims to be the designer of the Bishop Android. (which lead to much debate that he was still an android and was trying to deceive Ripley, especially with the wound he sustains in the movie doesn't seem like one a human could endure) So it is possible if the "Bishop II" character was human in Alien 3, that he is in fact named Karl Bishop Weyland and looks uncannily like the original Charles Weyland and is the owner/operator of Weyland-Yutani.

    At the end of the marine campaign It is revealed that he is an android (albeit a white-blooded one) when he is killed. Yet moments later another character appears speaking with Lance Henriksen's voice. So it is possible, at least in the continuity of this video game which can be seen as a spin-off/sequel that "Bishop" is indeed a human but uses android avatars (no James Cameron pun intended) so he never actually goes near the danger and could possibly survey many planets at once. Perhaps using a red-blooded android as his most human looking android to reason with Ripley Edit (Coming Soon)

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