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Aliens Versus Predator Gold - PC

by Vivendi Universal
Windows 98 / Me / 95
Mature
4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)

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  • ASIN: B00004R61M
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 8 x 1.5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 11, 2000
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,760 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Rate Mature - Operating System - Windows 95/98

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29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars An excellent game that's a little too hard... July 19, 2000
By Nathan
until you get into it. When I first started playing, this game was so frustratingly impossible, but when you get used to it, it stops being impossible and starts being a challenge. This game definitely makes wonderful use of all the source materiel, giving us a wonderful cinematic-feeling experience. Now you can sympathize with what all those people were feeling in the Alien movies.
The Alien is probably the hardest to play as. Granted it moves really fast and can walk on walls, but no ranged weapons, and no medkit, leave you exceptionally vulnerable to the marines' rapid fire weaponry.
The Marine levels are also extremely difficult, because as soon as an alien gets under your arc of fire, you're good as dead. Fortunately, you get a full range of fun weapons.
But the easiest, if least fun, is the Predator. Exceptionally strong, with auto-aiming vision, sniper weapons, and auto-recharging ammo, this guy's levels are, at first, a lot easier than the other two.
Each of the characters has his own, linear, campaign, but these campaignes have nothing to do with each other. The multiplayer's lots of fun, the sounds are excellent, the graphics are high-res, and run well, even with all the features on, on a low end system. Plus, it takes less than 300 megs of HD space and it doesn't require the CD! The music, while not award-winning materiel, is moody, and the predator music recognizably borrows materiel from his movie theme, while the Marine and Alien music is similar to the Aliens action themes.
The enemies aren't incredibly diverse, but they're tough and they look cool, so that doesn't matter too much. And don't worry about the difficulty level...The gold edition comes with the strategy guide. Overall, this is a very fun and addictive, if very hard, game to add to your collection. Recommended.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
This game is something to shout about! Let me rephrase that - These 3 games are something to shout about! Thats basically what you get. The different characters are varied enough to make this a highly original FPS which has features important enough to make it a landmark FPS. It may not be HalfLife or SS2 but its damnright up there with the best of them This must be the best Movie spinoff of all time. The games mirror the movies so much. From the sounds the Aliens and Predators make to the way the Predator uses his medikit. Every aspect of the movie is there. The marine levels are the scariest I have ever seen. Aliens appear from nowhere and with surround sound I guarantee you will jump in fright in no time.
The cut scenes are gorgeous and once you complete a game there are bonus levels. You have to complete the game on the hardest level to get all of them.
This game also saw the first use of limited game saving per level. This is great as you cant save your game every 5 seconds. This has been seen in later games since. You WILL replay bits and it is tough but at least you have to use your brain and skill a bit more.
The marine levels were my favourite followed by the predator. Each character has different attack modes and ways of moving. For instance, the predator can survive high jumps while the alien is the quickest and hardest to hit but takes most damage. Learnin these skills is a key to sucess. There are also nice touches like the predator being able to pull the heads off marines and aliens blood spraying at you.
The predator has the different vision modes while the Alien has the fish vision mode. While a marine it sometimes felt like Half Life, but its the closest you'll get to being in the movie.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
We've all seen the movies. From Alien to Predator 2, the average fan can usually recall and say, verbatim, just about any line from each movie. We each have our favorites too...mine is Aliens, and AvP borrows heavily from it and Predator to establish it's basic premise and it's incredibly eerie atomosphere.
Oh, the atmosphere is perfect...I don't think the designers could have made it any more frightening than it is. This is especially true if you're playing as a Colonial Marine. Of the three species, this will be the one you're liable to grab first. And why not? You're a human, you understand guns, how to shoot em', and blow up stuff. The engine is superb...the graphics are outstanding...to this day I cannot play this game at night. Laugh if you must, but between the "beep...beep...beep..beep..BEEP!" of the motion tracker detecting aliens you can hear but cannot see, to the very accurate sound and fire pattern of the M-41A Pulse Rifle...I'm not joking when I say it's like being in the movie "Aliens".
The Predator portion is equally outstanding. Every sound has been dutifully rendered into the game from the silver screen, so that when you cloak and look in thermal view at some inept human walking down a corridor, you really do feel all-powerful, especially when you hit them with deadly accuracy with your shoulder cannon. Every weapon is powerful, and depending on which species you're fighting, each will be more important than others at different times.
The Alien has to be my least favorite species to play as. For one, I'm not afraid to run around, since I *become* the thing to be feared, but then again, damage is easily inflicted on you, although your speed can help lower that a bit.
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