Summary: The Amiga classic gets a solid reboot - Evolution has some great graphics for a top down arcade shooter and a decent soundtrack which creates a good survival horror atmosphere . The only real fault is the simple and repetitive nature of the gameplay - with too heavy a focus on collecting items and...
Summary: The worst flaw of the game is that you can't play the full campaign of coop. Still, you play sections without the same depth as the solo-campaign. However, I enjoyed what the game offered, specially in coop mode. Plays best in the dark with good sound.
Summary: This is a pretty awesome game but you have to take that with a grain of salt. The graphics aren't awesome, but for an arcade game they're great. The game play isn't the going to blow you away, but my girlfriend learned how to play it in about 10 minutes.
Summary: A solid remake, and proof that retro resurrections need not suffer from lax production values, with great visuals (albeit lacking in variety), excellent sound design, and simple, classic gameplay.
Summary: I loved the Alien Breed games on the Amiga back in the day. I have fond memories and remember at the time how great the games looked. Evolution follows that same trend, the graphics and the atmosphere are all very fitting. Anyone who played those original games will be instantly at home too.
Summary: first the item turned up and the box was all cracked n smashed so i emailed the suppliers and they did not get back to me so had to go through amazon who where great and sent me a new copy of it, i now do not own the game but it was an okay game to play not much more than that
Summary: The games are pretty short, sweet and repetitive, but if you are playing co-op with a friend and pretend that you are actually there, the game comes to life. Worth the money, but no masterpiece.
Summary: Alien Breed tries a couple a things, but the execution falls slightly short of the ambitions. It definately feels like a budget title, but in all fairness should be compared to the sparse selection of top-down twin-stick-shooters on Xbox. From that perspective, the game still holds it's ground.