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8.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 32 Ratings

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  1. Dec 30, 2011
    8
    Where are all the reviews? Even by today's standards, this game is nothing short of excellent. It's scary, a good shooter, holds differentWhere are all the reviews? Even by today's standards, this game is nothing short of excellent. It's scary, a good shooter, holds different variations of gameplay, and stays true to the AvP universe. Don't miss this gem. Full Review »
  2. Sep 28, 2011
    9
    Still one of the best horror FPS games ever made. Varied gameplay between the three playable characters, the levels being really well designedStill one of the best horror FPS games ever made. Varied gameplay between the three playable characters, the levels being really well designed and atmospheric, the variety of guns, and how well the game flows are some of the strong points of this game. The AvP Classic 2000 version combines all of the AvP expansions and add-ons together and delivers a brilliant experience (it can be found on Steam). Apart from having the classic single-player campaigns and single-player bonus missions for all 3 characters, the game also offers a skirmish mode, where a player gets to pick to be either a predator or a marine of any type and fights off endless hoards of incoming aliens. And the best thing is that it can be played co-op with a friend, which is incredibly fun. AvP is a game I loved a lot as a kid, and I am glad to finally be back to it as of recently. Full Review »
  3. Oct 18, 2014
    9
    I rate the game for what it is. It is not a sandbox game, it doesn't have an engaging storyline and there's almost zero npc interaction. WhatI rate the game for what it is. It is not a sandbox game, it doesn't have an engaging storyline and there's almost zero npc interaction. What it is, is three difficult and unforgiving fps campaigns (predator, alien and marine) set in the aliens (2nd film) universe and saturated by an atmosphere of dread and fear so immersive and realistic to make James Cameron proud, and populated by aliens true to both canon and HR Giger's vision. Each campaign is well balanced and represents its respective protagonist accurately, and strategies and survival methods are vastly different for each. You have to complete the marine campaign on at least realistic, if for nothing else but bragging rights. It is balls-to-the-wall frantic action. The alien is physically your superior and the developers have not compromised here, pitting you against your worst nightmare: hissing, screeching creatures with claws, teeth, slashing tail and acid blood that are are very fast and agile, crawl on ceilings, walls and in ducts, jump long distances and from great heights, and see in the dark. And you will crap yourself when you see an alien smashing lights, plunging the area into darkness. They are numerous and never completely eliminated. They're not difficult to kill, providing you can shoot them first. Listen carefully to the instructions private! Figure out the correct routes; no markers, arrows or waypoints here. Complete your objectives and survive. Good luck; you'll need it. Full Review »