Conclusion: Alien Breed 2: Assault is solid, alien-splattering fun, and a real challenge to boot. If you and a friend can see past the harsh difficulty curve and appreciate the more tactical side of alien hunting that this game provides, there are half a dozen hour's worth of dark, claustrophobic fun to be had.
Excerpt: Alien Breed 2: Assault arrived at a time when Xbox LIVE Arcade was delivering real quality. Limbo, Hydro Thunder and Guardian of Light are just three titles recently released to glowing reviews, so this twin-stick shooter needed to be more Aliens than Alien Resurrection to have any chance of making...
Excerpt: A decade and some change between releases, you expect a few improvements. The first Alien Breed update since '96 was last year's "Impact," which we downloaded along with the rest of the faithful.
Excerpt: Picking up right where last year’s Alien Breed: Extinction left off, Alien Breed 2: Assault continues the tale of Conrad and his remaining crewmates as they fight for survival against a horde of ravening aliens.
Summary: Cpt Sugar makes his way through an alien ship whilst surfing the Event Horizon of a black hole to discover whether this is a worthy purchase. Is it going to be game over man? Read on to find out
Excerpt: Alien Breed 2 picks up where the previous installment left off – somewhere in space where bad things lurk in the shadows of hollowed out star cruisers. We’ve seen this cliché recycled so much now that it’s become a cliché of a cliché.