Summary: When I first started playing the game, I thought it was terrible. The annoying camera angles, the voice dubbings, the average graphics. I was wondering while I was playing this whether I should take it back to the store or not because it was so boring.
Summary: This game is pretty darn good, although I think it is very similar to 'The Thing' in more ways than one. It is set in the arctic, and the creatures are just like it, sloppy and slimey. I found it quite fun, although it can get excrutiatingly difficult and often I found myself out of ammo.
Summary: It's a good time passer game but it's not a game you wanna touch again after completion. Pros It has old resident evil mechanics of examining objects with small comments and the moment of suspense of opening doors The character you play sounds like raiden from metal gear 2 The way the character...
Summary: Extermination is a game that lets you kill monsters and play as US special forces. You play as Dennis, a man apart of a special forces team that comes to discover a underground base of some sort. The base is inhabited by horrorful creatures and monsters that you will have to face...
Summary: I actually have attempted to finish this game twice and I may give it a third try. There is something compelling about the game, but yet it has so many flaws that advancing in the game seems more like work than like fun.
Summary: Extermination is one of my 'go to' horror adventure games. The story and location is good, controls are good, and replayability is high. I particularly like how the environment changes as the game progresses.
Extermination, Or what I learned at the Polar Cap...
John Keenan, Amazon
12 January 2003
Summary: A very enjoyable, follow the nice Marine around and shoot ooze spitting worms, kinda game. I just love shoot'em ups, and more so those that feature the 'hero' moving around, not total first person, with only a gun showing in your hands.