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Aliens vs. Predator (Video Game 2010) Poster

(2010 Video Game)

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Aliens vs. Predator sold over 1.69 million copies worldwide.
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In December 2008, a Kotaku article stated that Sega had announced that an Aliens vs. Predator video game was being developed. This meant that Sega's other game, Aliens: Colonial Marines, would be pushed back so Aliens vs. Predator could be released first.
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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.
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SEGA and Rebellion refused to create a censored version of this game, especially after disputes with Germany and Australia. In Germany, the game was not given a rating because of the game's content and therefore was not released there at all. Australia on the other hand relented and granted this game a MA15+, which, until the introduction of the R18+ in 2013, was the highest possible rating the Australian Classification Board could give.
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