Summary: I rate the game for what it is. It is not a sandbox game, it doesn't have an engaging storyline and there's almost zero npc interaction. What it is, is three difficult and unforgiving fps campaigns (predator, alien and marine) set in the aliens (2nd film) universe and saturated by an atmosphere of dread and fear so immersive and realistic to make James Cameron proud, and populated by I rate the game for what it is.
Summary: This game is extremely fun and addictive. I have played and beat all 3 campaigns which were all awesome and sometimes creepy. As a marine you have got to stay on your toes, never know when those damn Aliens or Facehuggers can pop out at you. You get a 18 round Semi auto pistol to start off with which can be a decent weapon when low on ammo but not accurate at longer ranges (as one can expect from handguns).
Summary: I don't really play games that much, but this game is nice. I bought it like 5 or 6 months ago, but haven't finished yet. From what I played so far, it's very thrilling, The graphic is really nice and clean. Btw, I like to play as a predator.
Atmospheric sci-fi horror, but a step backward in the series
14 June 2014
Summary: I have enjoyed playing this game, but in some ways it feels disappointing compared to what came before. Right off the bat I want to say that I have not finished this game yet. To be honest I never finished AvP2 either, but I did play the first game (the "gold" edition) extensively, and the second game mostly in online multiplayer mode. I like this installment.
Summary: I play the single-player options, especially the survival game of marine vs. aliens. Aliens appear almost out of nowhere in dark areas. It really exercises your brain's processing of spatial relations since it's done at a fast clip. As other reviewers have noted a lack of options in controls, I view this as a challenge to the player's resourcefulness as it contributes to a sense of fear and frustration. Good game which you can get at a good price.