Conclusion: So the one thing about Alien Breed is that the game is kind of boring and if you aren’t a fan of the old game there really isn’t anything here to bring anyone new to the mix. Even going back to the game, it was hard to stay focused and want to keep playing.
Review: Alien Breed (Sony Playstation 3/Sony Playstation Vita)
25 February 2013
Excerpt: Team 17 has kind of an odd track record; while these days they’re basically known for producing hundreds of games in the Worms franchise (and depending on how bitter you are, Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust ), they started off as a smaller European Amiga developer with the Alien Breed series.
Excerpt: Alien Breed 2: Assault is the seventh game in Team17 ’s Alien Breed series , which dates back to the early 90’s during the time of shooter games such as Doom . Currently available for PC via Steam and Xbox Live Arcade , Assault is a 3rd-person action-shooter, which picks up right where its...
Pros: A solid shooter with a (mostly) intuitive interface, Art direction lends a great, eerie alien-infested environment, Good variety of weapons, items, and upgrades, Suspenseful music and ambiance; good sound effects and voice acting, Multiplayer expands the game to allow a shared experience
Cons: Gameplay can become tedious and repetitive, Some control issues that could have been easily addressed, Slow camera control causes blind spots during ambushes, A few odd and distracting animation effects