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“A CLASSIC game that was WAY ahead of its time. ”

Written on: 21/09/2008 by psilas (1 review written)

A CLASSIC game that was WAY ahead of its time.

Its taken years to create an FPS with this much atmospere, maybe something like Half Life 2 achieved this but few others.

The graphics were the closest anyone had come to creating a true virtual reality experince and are still O.K. today.

If you play this on an emulator you can speed up the game which makes the marine move as fast as in Doom, the marine was a little slow on the original console.

This game is one of a kind and so far, has NEVER… Read Full Review

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“Way before the highly acclaimed PC games were...”

Written on: 16/11/2005 by TOMLEECEE (121 reviews written)

Way before the highly acclaimed PC games were released, and even longer before the universally lambasted movie, the Atari Jaguar version of Alien Versus Predator was wowing the few gamers who actually owned the ill fated console.

The premise is a simple one - you choose to play as a human Marine, an Alien or a Predator and try to accomplish your mission. The mission objective varies depending who you play as - the Marine must blow up the ship the game takes place on; the Predator must kill the… Read Full Review

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