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Aliens Vs Predator

Platform : Xbox 360
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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B002BA52J6
  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 27 g
  • Release Date: 19 Feb. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (106 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,478 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:Xbox 360

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Developed at Rebellion by the team responsible for the original 1999 classic, in the all-new Aliens vs. Predator players have the chance to take the role of the three infamous species; the Colonial Marine, the Predator and the Alien.

Each of the three species has its very own distinct story-driven single-player campaign mode that interweaves with the campaigns of the other two species. Aliens vs. Predator will also feature unique 3-way online multiplayer, allowing gamers to pit the three species against each other in the ultimate battle for survival and for the right to be crowned the deadliest species.

On planet BG-386 a colonist mining group discovers an ancient pyramid containing a dark and horrible secret. Across the stars a race of warriors is alerted to the discovery of their pyramid and a hunting party is dispatched to ensure that it remains sealed at all costs, whilst deep inside the ruined pyramid a malevolent intelligence awakes from centuries of dormancy.

The Marine’s story is an incredible fight against the odds, and the horrors lurking in the dark. Beset on all sides yet armed to the teeth, the Colonial Marine represents humanity’s last stand with the firepower to fight back.

As the Alien, players will discover what it’s like to be the most murderous and lethal creature in the universe, with the ability to traverse any surface with awesome agility in order to get close enough to unleash its deadly teeth and claws.

A master of the hunt, the Predator grants the player a suite of exotic weaponry and equipment with which to stalk its unknowing prey. Earn the greatest honour by ambushing prey up-close and butchering them for a gory trophy kill.

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3.8 out of 5 stars

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62 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Robert Henry on 20 Feb. 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Firstly, I'd just like to say this isn't going to be a game for everyone. This will most likely not appeal to the MW2 fan boys but it most certainly will appeal to the fans of both aliens and predator franchises.
The marine campaign, for me, is the superior campaign as it is dark and atmospheric with plenty of sparsely lit corridors and flickering lights, and ofcourse plenty of xenomorph smashing action. The motion tracker adds a great level of apprehension, especially when there's a predator on the prowl and you can't see it but dammit something's moving out there and it aint us! Then there's the famous pulse rifles and smart gun with all their fabulous sounds. A special comment must be made on these sound effects as they are superb and really bring you deeper into the universe. My only problem with the marine campaign is it's simply too short.
The alien and predator campaigns are good too, especially the predator where you feel like a universal hunting machine with your cloaking, jumping, stalking and eventual decapitating and eviscerating of man and alien alike (in full gory violent detail).
I could go on about this game but like I said at the beginning it's not going to appeal to everyone, but the fans of the films are boumd to enjoy it and I suspect, like me, fans will probably go and buy it anyway.
My final issue is the lack of deathmatches and other multiplayer games in single or solo mode, this would have been a nice touch for those who either don't have good enough internet connection, don't have the internet for the xbox or simply don't want to waste their time playing against kids online.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Comic Book Guy on 7 April 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
As a massive fan of the Alien and Predator films and having played the original version of this game ten years ago, I was thrilled to learn of the forthcoming AvP title. This outing, however, leaves one with a feeling of disappointment, a yearning for 'what might have been'. The story of the marine starts off well with lots of dark, forboding corridors etc. but quickly becomes repetitive. With only five guns to use, including an inefficacious handgun and a flame thrower that couldn't melt ice, it lacks the development of the character that we are used to from better titles. A lot of people have complained about the inability to aim but I was not too bothered by this as it felt natural, when face to face with an alien, to shot from the hip.
The Predator missions are where the game really starts to lose it's edge. The Predator feels very wooden and not quite as deadly as one migth have thought: humans are able to block a swipe from his claws, the disk is almost uncontrollable and the shoulder canon runs out of energy far too quickly.
I personally found the Alien element almost unplayable as I seemed to spend most of my time trying to deduce whether I was on the floor or the ceiling. The fighting also seemed a bit ridiculous as humans took four or more blows before they were killed. As of writing, I have not bothered to finish this element of the game and this should highlight how good it is.
The survival mode is laughably poor and feels as though it were hastely added as an after-thought. It falls way short of comparable elements from Left 4 Dead and CoD World at War.

All in all, I have rather berrated this game, mostly because it is not the brilliant game it could have been. It's not bad, it's just not that good either.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By xCCx JAZZMAN on 8 May 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Let me state firstly that I am a `mature gamer'(xCCx JAZZMAN on XBOX live)
AVP? Well it's a surprising package really, and depending on your needs, suits at least some, if not most in some way.
Many of us are spoilt with MW2 and its beauty, and AVP isn't really a `beauty', but graphically it still has its moments.

Lets start with the marine campaign, for the purist you may as well look away and not even bother, you can't crouch, use `iron sights', and jumping might as well not be an option either as there really is little or no use for it, there is nothing other than point and shoot and turning your torch on and off, although the motion sensor is a very satisfying toy, purely because (like the pulse rifle) it sounds and looks like the one in the movie, and is a major addition to the whole `feel' of the game from the marine perspective, the real let down for the marine side is a lack of interaction, in addition the whole idea of stealth and giving your position away by having a torch on doesn't really come into play either, there is very little stealth involved with marines, and once you have played the other campaign's you'll see why the torch being on or off matters not a jot as both the aliens and certainly the predator can see you with their `focused' vision anyway.

The Alien campaign is probably the most enjoyable, you do get the pleasure of stealth killing, and more enjoyable is harvesting humans, you get the option to `grab' and kill with a random finishing move, and of course you get to use the infamous `headbite', which isn't the best looking move in the world, but still pleases.
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