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Aliens vs. Predator
  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Action, Shooter
  • Developer: Rebellion
  • Release Date:Feb 16, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Animated Blood and Gore, Animated Violence, Strong Language)
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Game Description:The classic sci-fi match-up is reborn, with the battle-hardened Predator hunting down the bloodthirsty Aliens, while meddlesome human Marines worry about their own survival. This first-person shooter focuses on this three-way battle scenario and balance of powers. In Aliens vs. Predator players take the roll of one of three races. Each race plays differently, and the dynamic three way multiplayer allows fast paced and fun game-play. Each race also sports its own single-player story to help build the story of the conflict between the three races.
G4TV Rating
2 / 5
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    (6 Ratings)
    3.5 / 5
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