Bringing the legendary war between two of science-fiction's most popular characters to FPS fans, AvP delivers three outstanding single player campaigns and provides untold hours of unique 3-way multiplayer gaming. Survive, hunt and prey in the deadly jungles and swamps surrounding the damned colony of Freya's Prospect.

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The Singleplayer and Multiplayer is awesome

Quite the underrated game.

Good but not GREAT...


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What's up with haters on this game? It's a good game

Its a good game, fun but too short


Unfortunately the game doesn't live up to its name and is only a castrated version of the franchise when compared to its predecesors.

The campaigns themselves are very short with no more than 3-4 hours with each species. You'd think they'd make up in quality then but unfortunately that is not the case. Like I said the story is a very dumbed-down copy-pasted scenario fans of the extended universe will be familiar with and none of the characters could manage to be likable with all their generic traits the developers inherited them with. Not even the Marine protagonist could stand up as something more than an empty shell of a badass, black dude. The Predator has subtitles but not even those could help. It's quite laughable when you compare it to the silent descriptions of the two alien species from AvP2.

Gameplay-wise it has been dumbed down a lot to accomodate for the consoles (and lazy programming, perhaps) with clunky controls and the inability of crouching - not that you would need it but it also shows how mediocre the level design is. My guess is that they had tried to modulate the gameplay but ultimately failed as it's either trophy kills which leave you vulnerable or good ol' stabbing which is not much good either.

There's a decent story to go along with but not enough to hide the fact that it's a repetitive "start the generator", "enter lift for exposition" or "protect thing" sequence all over again. The campaigns are short so you might not see it at first but it truly becomes obvious when you move on to the next. The boss fights are not too intimidating either as the joke of "when in doubt, shoot" can be applied here.

On a positive note the soundtrack is great and it fits quite well, adding some sense of drama or tension to certain moments. Too bad the rest of the story doesn't hold up to it.

Overall it's an ok game if you enjoy the newer, dumbed down kind of FPS games but little dedication is seen to have been put into it. I never felt as if it were made by people who were genuinely interested rather than those who wanted to fully profit from it. Get it on sale if you are dying for more AvP stuff but don't expect much as it doesn't live up to what its predecessors have managed to deliver.


Loved the movies, loved the game

best game ever


Very unique with multiple ways of doing combat.

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Highest Rated (5 agree) 10/10

The Singleplayer and Multiplayer is awesome

Dec 5 2010 by Spartan717