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Aliens vs Predator (1999) PC Alien vs. Predator is a game based on classic science fiction films 'Alien' and 'Predator'. Now we have the opportunity to confront with each other the two most dangerous alien species encountered in space, or to fight them as a marines soldier. Aliens vs Predator (1999) PC Alien vs. Predator is a game based on classic science fiction films 'Alien' and 'Predator'. Now we have the opportunity to confront with each other the two most dangerous alien species encountered in space, or to fight them as a marines soldier. Predator (also known as Aliens versus Predator and AVP) is a science-fiction / action / horror media franchise created by comic book writers Randy Stradley and Chris Warner. The series is a crossover between, and part of the larger the Alien and Predator franchises, depicting the two species as being in conflict with one another.
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There is always this one thing you can be sure of no matter what, with Capcom: whatever this game you just put on is all about, if it was made by Capcom, you are going to have fun. And in the case of his little gem it is no different. It doesn’t really matter whether you are a fan of 20th Century Fox’s Alien or Predator franchise and neither does it matter whether you do condone the Alien vs. Predator crossover or not, for there is just something so satisfying and cool on grabbing a xenomorph under its neck and slapping it like a little wh*re, that you’re going to like it anyway. Although released in 1999, somewhat already past the glory days of arcades, Alien vs. Predator is a surprisingly entertaining and fun to play brawler. But what’s even more interesting about this game, though, is that it—wait for it—tells an actual story, not altogether different from the storylines of later AVP games for PCs and consoles. As usual, Weyland-Yutani and the military wants to weaponize xenomorphs and brings them to Earth. But some things just won’t go as planned and the hell breaks loose when the transported specimens break the containment and infest the largest city on the 22nd century American West Coast. There, two US Colonial Marines, major Shaefer and lieutenant Kurosawa, making their last stand in the infested city streets team up with two Predators, a warior and a hunter, and engage on a mission to put an end to the mayhem that WY and the military brought on them. Up to three players can play simultaneously, each choosing one of the four aforementioned characters. These have all different stats, depending on their agility, firepower, experience and strength. The players control their characters an eight-way joystick and three action buttons: one for long-ranged attack, one for melee, and the remaining one for jumping, with the exception of Sarge, whose jump button triggers a charged attack instead, as he can’t jump at all. These three basic actions, along with joystick movements, can then be combined into simple combos, offering a colorful variety of moves. And moves, moves are what is so entertaining on this game. Slashing, cutting and smashing, green xenomorph blood everywhere, and—oh, pulse rifles! God damn it and smartguns! And flamethrowers! Predator throwing discs... Please, do yourselves a favor, click that ‘DOWNLOAD’ button above, and play the sh*t out of this gold, because you sure as hell won’t regret it… It’s TIME TO HUNT!
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Why, you may ask, are we reviewing AvPGold in the online section when in the past it has mainly been played as a single-player game? Well, the answer to that very valid question is simple, because even though there are two new weapons to add to the Marine arsenal and nine extra levels, they are all geared towards multiplayer gaming. You can try out the marine pistol and skeet weapons in the skirmish game, of course, but that really isn't much fun if you are on your own. No, for single-players, especially those who bought the original game, AvP Gold is something of a no-no. The 'free' Prima Official Strategy Guide is obviously what has driven the price up from what should be a budget release and although you get a save-game feature (which is the same one released as a patch some time after the original game) and the graphics have a been updated, it all feels a bit of a con. Search the bargain bins instead and try and get hold of the orginal release.
On the multiplayer side of things, AvP has kind of got its act together. Developer Rebellion has tidied up the Net code and the game is now compatible with Mplayer, Static and Fragfinder, which means you will be able to find others to play against rather easily, or at least it's easier than it was before. (Mplayer it has to be said is not one the world's best servers to play across.)
Although the two new weapons are fun, they're not quite as effective as you would imagine. The pistol lacks firepower and the Skeet gun just doesn't fit in with the AvP setting. Quite frankly, we find it hard to fathom why no shotguns or Autosentries were included, seeing as they featured quite heavily in the Aliens film. In fact, after watching the entire Aliens series on DVD, there's a hell of a lot more that could have been done to expand upon its themes. Although, with talk of a sequel on the way, it's obvious such ideas are being saved up.
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AvP Golds best features are its extra levels - and for the most part, the levels are good. Nostromo, based on the original Alien team is perhaps the weakest, as it is set around the outside of the ship from the first Alien film rather than within and constitutes one of the flatest maps you'll ever play. Leadworks, however, (from Alien 3) is absolutely superb, especially if you play as a group of marines against computer-controlled Aliens.
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For a few extra levels and a couple of weak weapons, AvP Gold represents something of a effort. To make matters worse, those who own the original game will be unable to play against those who buy the Gold Edition, although for US$9.99, old-timers can upgrade, which represents far better value for money than buying this edition.At the end of the day, AvP Gold can only be recommended to those who've yet to experience the original game. Even so, apart from the strategy guide, there's very little here to justify the price. AvP has dated and was never the multiplayer game we all hoped it would be anyway. As such, we can only recommend that first-timers buy the original game and old hands eager for more get hold of the expansion instead.