Summary: Man I thought this game would be a whole lot more exciting! Through most of the game you fight stupid flukes-with-legs that you can pick off from across the room with no repercusions. The enemy AI is simply not smart enough to be called an AI. The controls remind me of Tomb Raider I.
Summary: I rented this game hoping that it would be somewhat comparable to Resident Evil. Unfortunately, it is not even close. The action is very limited, most of the time you are just shooting little goober looking creatures. The voice dubbing is awful. Worse than an early Godzilla movie.
Summary: This game could have been huge, except the lack of real effort is obvious. The sound leaves much to be desired. I don't mean the voices don't match up with the movements of the characters either.
Summary: At many points in playing Extermination, I was so annoyed that I thought I would never finish it. The game is extremely hard, this coming from someone who's played all the Resident Evil and Metal Gear Solid, and is annoying.
Summary: I've been a fan of the survival-horror games since the first resident evil, and i'm a big fan of the series. Extermination clearly doesn't cut it compaired to R.E. or silent hill 2. I found the in-game menus annoying, and the enemies bothersome at best.
Summary: This as my first game i bought on PS2, and i cant believe the let down. yes i will compare it to Resident Evil, as it is survival horror, i think they made it too hard, i just ran away from the monsters as they kept getting bigger and more plentiful as i backtracked (a lot) in this game.
Excerpt: The creators of the original Resident Evil for the PlayStation have made their first survival horror game for the PlayStation 2 with Extermination. While it is unlikely that Extermination will be remembered in the same regard as Capcom's game, it is a solid title that fans of the genre will enjoy...