Alien Resurrection

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* ½       10 vote(s)
Once planned as a third-person adventure game, the long-delayed adaptation of the latest Alien film has finally arrived as a completely different beast entirely. Now a first-person shooter, the game ends up being the closest thing you’ll find to the company’s well-received PC FPS Aliens versus Predator. But those expecting that same level of quality in this title will find that, in the space between the final days of the PlayStation and the launch of the PS2, no one can hear you scream.

As in the film, the action takes place in a spaceborne remote military research vessel that has been overrun by aliens. You make your way through the chaos, encountering survivors, wasting face huggers and drones, and collecting an inordinate number of key cards along the way. And make no mistake about it, the way is dark. It’s dark in the sense that graphical glitches are likely being hidden, but the darkness also sets the atmosphere very well. Lights flicker, steam blasts from wall vents, and scripted events such as an alien bursting through a doorway play out in cinematic fashion all around you. The audio effects – such as the frustrated squeal of a vanquished enemy or the quickening beat of your heart when you’re near death – also contribute to the mood as well. The audio and video elements work well, save for some fairly chunky animations and weak screams. All in all, the visuals and sounds end up more fitting than impressive.

The game’s control setup is its most terrifying element. The left analog stick moves you forward, back, and strafes right and left, while the right analog stick turns you and can be used to look up and down. Too often, you’ll turn to face a foe and find that your weapon is aimed at the floor or ceiling while the alien gleefully hacks away at your midsection. Add to the mix a few other head scratchers – such as how the triangle button controls item and health use – and you’ll be wondering how Sony let this get by without requesting a few different control configuration options.

Beyond the control issues, Alien Resurrection is gruelingly hard. That is, it’s hard to the point where you’ll spend as much time reloading your save file as you will spend playing the game. The near-mythical PlayStation mouse peripheral is supposed to solve many of the game’s control problems, but the 99.9 percent of PlayStation owners who’ve never even seen the device will find the game almost unplayably difficult to control and unreasonably hard to enjoy. It’s a dramatic answer to a problem far more easily solved by adopting the control scheme from EA’s Medal of Honor.

Fans of console first-person shooters or the Alien film series will probably be better off waiting for Fox’s recently announced Aliens: Colonial Marines for the PlayStation 2. While no concrete details have been announced for the game yet, this is one instance where the unknown is preferable to the devil you know.

By Steven Garrett, GameSpot

Airborne Hero: D -Day frontline of 1944

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* *       4 vote(s)

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3D World War II

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*         3 vote(s)

In 3D WWII, the player takes on the role of Jack Crusher, a special operations USA officer with a special assignment. In twelve adrenaline pumping single player missions the player will have the chance to destroy top Third Reich officers and stop the war. In multiplayer mode gamers will hunt each other down using their skills and incredible weaponry and machinery. The game will feature authentic weather conditions, scenery and life-like enemies.

3D Striptease

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*         5 vote(s)

3DStriptease is a First-Person Shooter which features our first two dancers Kitty, the Schoolgirl, and Star, the Cheerleader, in their Virtual Strip-Club debut.

Watch our Dancing Girls remove their clothes in a race against the clock. Try to keep enough money in your wallet to watch the full show and join our girls for a private show in the VIP Room.

  • Features: 2 Feature Dancers
  • Non-Stop Action
  • Immersive 3D Environments
  • 3 Difficulty Levels
  • Private Shows in the VIP Room
  • 4 Hot Music Tracks

3D Alpha Zone

Mobile No Comments »
*         3 vote(s)

Inhabited planet Ferrinox 9 was suddenly attacked by alien forces. As a member of Security Squad you must locate the databases in three major cities and blow up the reactor in Command Centre to ensure valuable information on other systems inhabited by humans remains safe. Huge levels in full 3D, 6 enemies, 4 weapons, lifts, stairs, switches, keycards, and power-ups make playing Alpha Zone 3D an extraordinary experience.

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PlayStation, Windows - PC No Comments »
* *       4 vote(s)

This game suffers from an identity crisis. It was originally to be named “Ruin: Return of the Gods”, and ended up being released as “Powerslave” in the US, “Exhumed” in the UK, and “1999″ in Japan.

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Alien vs. Predator 2

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*         3 vote(s)

The sequel to one of the most frightening games ever made, Aliens vs. Predator 2 takes you to Planet LV1201, where three diverse and bloodthirsty species battle for survival. The story-driven plot weaves together the fates of all three races, while the action is as heart-stopping as the blockbuster films on which it is based. Choose to play as Alien, Predator, or Marine as you use your physical prowess, killer instincts, or superior firepower to stay alive.

Alien vs. Predator

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*         3 vote(s)

Alien Vs. Predator is a tactical simulator depicting the events following the fall of Camp Golgotha Colonial Marine Training Base to a group of xenomorphs (Aliens) not yet fully classified. Limited data from the incident also allow for reasonably extrapolated simulations from the viewpoints of the two alien groups believed to have participated in the incident.

Alien Trilogy

MS-DOS, Sega Saturn, Windows - PC No Comments »
* * ½     5 vote(s)

The Alien Trilogy features all the gut-churning fear of the complete Alien saga in one black-death, white- knuckle nightmare. Welcome to the first-person, 3-D blitzkrieg of overwhelming horror that no one can resist!

Alien Cabal

MS-DOS, Windows - PC No Comments »
*         3 vote(s)

When it began few people noticed. A near doubling of UFO sightings over the city. But the local media dismissed them as hoaxes, military tests, or overzealous UFO fanatics. They were wrong.

The UFO’s were real. Aliens had been visiting for some time, studying mankind and earth’s resources. Now they were planning an invasion.

After an investigation by secret government agencies a vast alien complex was discovered under the city. Fearing public reaction, an outbreak of a deadly new virus was faked to clear the city of its population.

The press and media swarmed near the city. A large scale military attack would be hard to explain and was ruled out. No, what is needed is a one man army. Someone trained in special operations, trained to run on raw courage, to kill without mercy, to eat things that would make a billygoat puke. No, not him, I’m talking about you!

Your mission is simple. Find the entrance to the underground complex, exterminate all alien life, and destroy everything else. Don’t be fooled by what appear to be government agents. These are clones programmed by the aliens to serve their purposes.

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