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Aliens Versus Predator Reviews

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Bright Hub 4/5 Dec 13 '08
Game Boomers 9.4/10 Dec 25 '03
3D Action Planet 9/10 Sep 14 '99
3D Game Force 8.5/10 Sep 28 '99
3D Rage  --- Aug 25 '99
3dgaming A- Aug 03 '99
ActionXtreme 9.5/10 Sep 02 '99
Evil Avatar 3/5 Sep 13 '99
GA-Source 83% Aug 04 '99
Game Critics 9.5/10 Aug 27 '99
Game Revolution A - Sep 02 '99
Game Rush 8/10 Sep 01 '99
Game Unit 5/5 Aug 30 '99
GameCenter 6/10 Aug 03 '99
Gamepost 86% Aug 27 '99
GamersCentral  --- Sep 02 '99
GamersVoice 4/5 Jun 29 '99
GamesDomain  --- Aug 03 '99
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Gamespot UK  --- Aug 06 '99
Gibworld 85% Sep 24 '99
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"There are some details that blew me away here. The first time I snuck up on an unarmed civilian and stared at him through my alien eyes… he put his palms to his face and started weeping. Incredible. The first time I actually managed to frighten a marine, he started screaming obscenities. As a predator, I took up a sniper spot and let a spear fire at my unaware enemy; the flying dart took his head off at the shoulders and pinned it into the rock face of a cliff. When the bodies fall, they do so in arterial gushes, and should you be so inclined, you can dismember the victims. There are little Easter eggs everywhere in this game just begging to be found." "
"Alien Versus Predator was an exciting franchise and it made for an atmospheric and action packed first person shooter. Playing as an Alien, Marine or Predator made this a great innovative title and with a decent multiplayer mode to boot this was hugely popular on release."
"This game just squidges with fun. You're up to your ankles in it when you first nuke your first alien with an explosive, you're sloshing around in it when you use the Predator cloak and tear someone apart from behind with your wrist blades and you're positively drowning in fun when you scamper through the corridors of a facility, on the ceiling, and drop to the floor just in time to maim another victim. If you have seen any of the films associated with this game then the fun is priceless, as you can take part in the action you've been itching to take part in since seeing the films."
"Even on the game's easiest difficulty setting, your odds of surviving are long, regardless of which species you choose as your alter ego. This could be the toughest first-person shooter I've ever played. And there's nothing wrong with that, except for one thing: there's no midlevel save. The only way to advance to a new level is to complete the current one nonstop from start to finish (you can, at least, pause the game). The game's producer, David Stalker, has been stridently proclaiming in Usenet postings that such a design gives the game an air of tension it wouldn't have if you were able to save your progress; however, I'm not buying that any more than the American public bought the Edsel or New Coke (note to the unaware: they didn't)."
"But tragically, the mass-slaughter of Star Wars characters by the jaw-slime dripping xenomorphs or shoulder-cannon toting hunters is something that's unlikely to happen. Alien and Predator fans will for now have to comfort themselves with the new Aliens vs Predator game released by Fox Interactive and Rebellion. Set in roughly the same time-period as the Aliens film, Aliens vs Predator lets you play as either an Alien, a Predator, or a Colonial marine. Playing as an Alien, you can dash around ripping the faces off your foes; as a Predator, you get to toe one of those rather funky shoulder cannons and make yourself nearly invisible; and as a colonial marine, you get to ... er, be cannon fodder for the two other species. Ah well. Whichever species you play as, you're going to have to go out of your way to avoid getting it in the neck from the other two life-forms--and guess what? Negotiation is not an option." "