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Men In Black: Alien Crisis - Playstation 3

3.6 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
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  • Your mission is to uncover a new alien plot, scan and identify aliens in disguise, neuralize any accidental civilian human witnesses, and defeat all enemies in order to protect Earth.
  • Experience the over-the-top firepower of the MIB with the next iteration of gun technology and intuitive cover mechanics that add choice to exciting rail shooter gameplay.
  • Unique MIB-styled Weapon:  Awesome gaming peripheral to make battling aliens more fun than ever.  
  • 3rd Person / Strategic Choices: Over-the-shoulder perspective and ability to strafe, dodge, jump and use cover.
  • Investigation and Interrogation: Rail-based sequences where players must obtain intelligence by investigating locations and interrogating suspects.

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Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

We work for highly funded, yet unofficial government agency; our mission is to monitor extra terrestrial activity on Earth, WE ARE THE MEN IN BLACK. Now it’s your turn to suit up as one of us to eliminate the scum of the universe, using an arsenal of futuristic weaponry, incapacitating devices and space-age technology.

Men In Black: Alien Crisis is a Third-Person Shooter in which players assume the role of the brand-new "MIB" agent Peter Delacoeur in a struggle against an alien plot for universal domination. The game is a standalone video game companion to the 2012 major motion picture "Men In Black III". Features include a large arsenal of customizable weapons, tools/techniques for identifying aliens in disguise and other hidden threats, cinematic chase scenes, support for up to four-players in multiplayer modes, and offline two-player co-op.

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Become the Next Top MIB Agent

Alien scum. Fast cars. Massive firepower. Saving the universe. Do these things interest you? If so, it's your turn to suit up as the newest Men in Black recruit to eliminate the scum of the universe. Arm yourself with a full arsenal of iconic "MIB" weapons and head into the field with the mission to investigate and stop an evil alien plot to snatch up an ancient artifact that is the key to seizing control of the universe.

Key Game Features

  • Third-Person Combat Tactics - Dodge and take cover as you battle hostile aliens in this action-packed, Third-Person Shooter.
  • Nothing Is What It Seems - Aliens often use clever disguises. Employ "MIB" investigative techniques to detect hidden threats.
  • Diverse and Customizable Weapons - Wield a full arsenal of official "MIB" weaponry from the Noisy Cricket, to the Deatomizer and even select from a full array of awesome firepower modes such as "Freeze Ray" and "Antigravity Grenade."
  • High Octane Action-Oriented Experience - Pursue and escape fierce aliens in intense cinematic chase sequences.
  • Multiplayer Battles - Challenge your friends and family to competitive split screen two-player or up to four-player "hot-seat" action.

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Taking a shot at two attacking Adorians from behind cover in Men In Black: Alien Crisis
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Product Information

Platform:PlayStation 3
Release date May 22, 2012
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,388 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 5.3 x 0.6 x 6.7 inches
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By Angela TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 12, 2012
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
The graphics remind me of those you would find in games 8-10 years ago. The people in the video sequences are choppy, with their mouths not matching their words, the objects, buildings and everything else in the environment all are outdated graphics with a rough look. The graphics look as though they tried to make just bits and pieces updated, but the rest not so much. Like the way people walk, they walk smoothly, but their faces and words are like those of games from years ago. It just makes for an odd combination. This would be more tolerable if the price-point matched, but instead it's being sold for 3 times what it's worth. Not something you would expect from a PS3 game being sold for the same price as a Call of Duty, Battlefield or Uncharted game on release day. You basically buying the MIB name. Very disappointing.

The dialog when shooting aliens is repetitive and the background music is ridiculously dramatic. While playing the game, I must have heard the phrase "I got '" a hundred times. The aliens basically run back and forth in front of you waiting to be shot. I would say the game will most like be enjoyed best by those between the ages of 10 and 13. Anyone older and they will likely get bored and annoyed with the game-play fairly quickly. Anyone younger and the game may be a bit too shooting-intense for their liking. It has an arcade game feel to it, where the main goal is racking up points for every alien shot. The shooting aspect is done in the over-the-shoulder, 3rd person view, with the ability to zoom in a bit by looking down the sights. The games colors are vivid, but unfortunately the choppy look of everything makes it seem bad.

The load times can be lengthy, at 30 seconds or so on some screens.
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I will start off by saying I only put an hour of play time into this, and only played it with a standard controller not the move controllers. It was not a normal shooter, you really don’t have much control of the player, it feels like an arcade game shooter that you would play at D&B, but without the gun. Maybe the Move controller, or if there is a gun accessory it would be more fun, but so far I was not pleased and cannot bring myself to trying it again. It is stilling on my shelf for months collecting dust. It was on sale, so I am not too upset.
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Simply put, this is a dull, unimaginative, shooter that keeps you on-rails (or trapped with invisible walls) from start to quick finish, with very little connection to the movies. That said, there are some good ideas here (detective-mode style clue hunting and good plot concept) and other than the tough/cheap final boss, this is about the easiest platinum trophy you'll ever earn. And for $20 you really shouldnt expect anything great. TLDR: crap game, easy trophies, buy it cheap
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The game IS FUN but the graphics are Playstation 2 quality and even then I am being very kind. The game could have and should have been so much more than this. the game is linear to the extreme as in no open world experience at all. MIB Alien Crsis graphics are slightly less realistic than those found in MegaMind. the controls are slow and poorly laid out. The character voice track is VERY repetitive and after the 15th time hearing the same dialogue it gets a bit old and boring. I like Men In Black so just playing the game is a joy for me but, the game came nowhere close to living up to its full potential. If you really love Men In Black as I do, then you will have a spot of fun and want to have this as part of your collection. The game is extremely repetitive. The plot what there is of it is thinner than a one deep row of hydrogen atoms. Replay value in this game is non-existent. The music is purely one dimensional. You barely have freedom of movement along this games painfully linear path. You have almost no way to develop your own style and strategy in taking down aliens. The control system is pure second rate garbage. The weapons are for the most part lack luster. The MIB name plate and signature aliens is just about all that carries this game. With the right development MIB Alien Crisis could have been a truly awesome game up there with Bioshock and Borderlands but; this game is nowhere near great. If you like MIB buy this game but certainly not at a price greater than $9.99 unless you are a glutton for punishment.

However if you want great graphics, good story and open world game play keep your money in your pocket this is not the one for you. I would not buy this game until it sells for about $9.99. The Graphics are terrible unless you like Vintage PS2 or Old Skool 1970's video game graphics.
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This is a fun game. I give it 3.5 or 3.8 out of 5. It is mainly a rail shooter since you do not move your character. It's kinda cool though because as you clear levels you 'move' forward. The character can move from side to side, sliding in and out of cover.

The graphics are decent for a budget game. I turned the in game Audio down, however, because it has a crackling sound.

The sci-fi guns are very cool. Switching them is easy. The attachments are also neat and can be easily switched as well. I liked the BIG guns!

The story is neat and the missions vary from stealth, 'conversation' and straight up shooter, pretty neat. Oh, and flying car missions. I thought I would hate those but they were actually quite fun!

The final boss was rough, no health drops at the end of the battle kept me from beating it; my hand cramped up, heh.

Anyway, the story mode takes about 5 hours. Then there are VR Challenge maps to blast away on. The trophies were o.k. as well. The cover system is terrific; this is the first game I've played were Blind Fire actually works! Men in Black Alien Crises was fun.
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