Summary: Well the game is a good add to the thing franchise, it gives you more about the story beyond, the atmosfere its awesome, well made, the graphics are ok, not the best graphics of the system but does the job very well. The team system of the game, the trust mechanics etc are very well made.
Summary: Second review for this item as the first didn't seem to stick but no complaints whatsoever with this excellent product, dispatched very quickly and delivered well before due, for a very reasonable price including shipping to R.O.I
Summary: I have played this game 3 times on Hard over a period of 7 years. It takes me 2 years to recover my nerves each time! Utterly draining and crushingly difficult, you will punch the air if you get to the end! So much better than you expect it to be.
Excerpt: The Thing the game is as weak as it is dull. The film of the same name took place in the Antartic with a claustrophobic sense of tension as the survivors ardently try to discover who is actually infected, and the constant blizzards and snowy sets were used to excellent effect to ramp up the tension.
Excerpt: When Extermination was released on PS2, it drew many comparisons to the movie The Thing. But before we start comparing the game of The Thing to Extermination here's a quick summary of the film for the uninitiated: a U.F.O. lands near two Antarctic research bases.
Excerpt: If you are like me and enjoy unwinding by shooting holes in pretty much anything that moves then this game is worth considering, as Blake you're responible for gaining the trust of your fellow soldiers/rescuers and keeping them from cracking up by supplying them with guns, ammo and adreniline...
Excerpt: Twenty years after the movie, technology has advanced and now you're in the starring role, but who can you trust? Taking control of Captain Blake, you are sent to investigate the Antartic Bases featured in the movie and clear up any Thing that you may find.