Summary: Extermination is tremendously intense and fun, but can get difficult in some parts such that when you beat the game it is an incredibly satisfying journey. The story is really good in the vein of "the thing" or "Cold Fear" and similar titles, but the game play here is really great and unique. Voice acting could be a bit better, but this is a minor quibble, and this is early PS2, so that was to be expected.
Summary: Yeah this is an old-ee way back from 2001, but it's awesome and it's highly recommended if you've played either Resident Evil, Dino Crisis, Metal Gear Solid 1, or even Dead Space. Also just to let you know, it's PLAYSTATION 3 BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE or for me anyways. But yeah I love it, if you beat the game Dead Space then this one is a walk in the park!
Summary: This game was soo much fun. If I had to choose between Resident Evil 2 and this I would argue this is a superior title. The graphics for its time were outstanding, the story is genuinely unique and original in many ways its a superior take on the scientific disaster. I don't understand why the series didn't take off. I paid about $15 for the game brand new and I would argue its well worth that and more!
Summary: Yep I gave this game 5 stars, because I absolutely loved playing it. The story is the same old virus/mutation saga, but nonetheless it is intriguing, well developed and the never gets in the way of the game. You are a USMC in an elite group sent to find out what's happened at a remote Antartic research station. From the get go there are problems as your plane inbound takes a hit and you find yourself divorced from the rest of the team.
Summary: Extermination is probably the best fps game ever the storyline is awesome the graphics are dope and the game is just completeley realistic. One thing i found to good to be true is the option to customize your gun thats just plain awesome. You might think oh look mutated creatures going to kill everybody boring. But its not. It gets the feel of dino crisis just better. The game is fool of laughs if you have a good snese of humour.
Summary: I just played Extermination and RE3: Nemesis, I think that they are the same genre but not comparable games. Extermination may have you killing a lot of bugs at first, but about an hour in; the game gets better. At first, I'd rate it with a four. However, playing on, I thought that the second portion of the game made up for the first part. Just before wasting bugs gets seriously annoying and routine, more kinds of enemies appear.
Mr. S. Armstrong "stephen_armstrong_sa", amazon.co.uk
20 February 2004
Summary: One of the first really good games on the PS2. The graphics are pretty good (this game is about 3 years old now...) and the gameplay awesome. The combat is great with the Infection levels making it that one bit more exciting. The bosses too are great to fight. The plot borrows a lot from The Thing. An Arctic base, alien lifeforms... it's been done before in a few million B-Movies, but it does it with a bit of style.
Supreme slice of act/adv combined with survival horror.
Marco Busani "Proven Intellect", amazon.co.uk
30 November 2002
Summary: Extermination is a 3-d action adventure game similar in mould to the Resident Evil series. Sony have succeeded in creating an impressive game. They have labelled it panic action and this is a fair assessment as there are some moments in this game that will make you jump when you least expect it. The gore factor in the game is quite high. The graphics are nice, the game features a well orchestrated storyline supported by cut-scenes & interesting characters.