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Aliens vs. Predator

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If the recent films on the Aliens vs. Predator franchise haven’t been painful enough to sit through, then perhaps video gamers worldwide are ready to stomach Sega and Rebellion’s pitiful offering. Delivering poor results and half-baked ideas, it’s my regret to call Aliens vs. Predator to call it the year’s most disappointing title thus far. Allowing players to control... Read Review

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Media: Alien vs. Predator UK Launch Trailer

Check out this new launch trailer for Alien vs. Predator. Video Games | Aliens vs Predator | UK Launch TrailerXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii Hopefully this is the last one. If I remember correctly, there have been six trailers for this game released over the past two months; SEGA really knows how to market their games! Read More

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Media: Aliens vs. Predator - Marines Trailer

So we have Aliens, and they're fighting Predators. Sounds perfect, right? Well, naturally, there is just one more ingredient which needs to be added... Marines! Because Heaven knows you can't have a game without some form of space marine around, plus the fact that Aliens and Predators ripping each other to shreds just isn't interesting enough without some sort of human factor involved. In all seriousness, though, humans are the common foe of both races, so it only makes sense that they would be included. Here is SEGA's latest trailer for Aliens vs. Predator, which stars neither: From the video's description: "As the Marine, you'll experience a claustrophobic and terrifying experience where light is your friend, but there's never enough. However, the United States Marine Corps are humanitys last line of defence, and as such they are armed to the teeth with the very latest in high explosive and automatic weaponry." The demo is available now on the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Marketplace, and Steam for Windows. Read More

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Aliens Vs. Predator Multiplayer Demo Hits Xbox Live and PSN Tomorrow

It has been over a decade since the release of the original Aliens Vs. Predator and those eager to jump back into the action don't have to wait very long. In fact, starting tomorrow, Xbox and PlayStation owners will be able to download a multiplayer demo for the game. According to Rebellion's CEO Jason Kingsley, "multiplayer was a huge part of our original AVP game back in 1999, and we've kept the spirit of that classic experience in creating the multiplayer for our new Aliens Vs. Predator. With the demo now gamers can get to grips with each of the three iconic species so they can hone their skills and be ready for when the game launches and battle commences." Aliens Vs. Predator comes out on February 16. Read More

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Media: Aliens vs. Predator - Heritage Trailer

SEGA has released a new trailer for the upcoming Aliens vs. Predator game for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. Here, we get to see the "heritage" of the original 1999 game from Rebellion: As an aside, I'm amused that SEGA apparently held on to the trailer just long enough for it to seem obsolete, thanks to the "2009" designation on the current video. On another note, as cool as Aliens and Predators are (the latter in particular), isn't it about time we started seeing some new stuff with Robocop vs. The Terminator? The way the latter's movies have been going, one might suppose they couldn't do any worse by bringing the two together. A few rounds of that, and then maybe we can have the ultimate battle royal: Terminator vs. Robocop vs. Aliens vs. Predator, or "TRAP" for short. With a built-in acronym like that, you know it's destiny. Read More

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AVP Gets Australian Classification

If you've been following Aliens Vs. Predator's quest for Australian classification, it's safe to say that this outcome was totally unexpected. After being denied a rating for excessive violence, developer Rebellion refused to alter the content of their game, vowing to have the decision appealed and lambasting the Australian government for its stance against mature games. Read on for the rest of the story Read More

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Leaked SEGA Document Describes Game Line-Up, Motion Control Date, and PSN Imports

It appears that the SEGA-Sony document which was leaked earlier today ("allegedly," Kotaku notes) was a doozie. In addition to the talk of PlayStation 2/Dreamcast games on the PlayStation 3, it seems that the document was a veritable treasure trove of other information as well. Kotaku reports that the document, now removed from its home at Objectif-Sega, "covers everything from Aliens and Bayonetta to Sonic and something called Vanquish." That's quite a bit of ground, as they clarify that "every major Sega game is mentioned in the document, often with details that appear to be either upcoming plans or at least ideas about what would the companies might pursue." Read More

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SEGA Talks "SEGA-ness," Wii Strategy, Aliens, and Yakuza

SEGA has been quite the chatty company over the past week, discussing all kinds of things, from MadWorld sales and mature titles on the Wii to appeasing all the Sonic fans as best as they can to observing the 20th and 10th anniversaries of the Genesis and Dreamcast, respectively. And now there's more. Kotaku's Stephen Totilo had the opportunity to sit down with SEGA West head Mike "I'm Not a Freebird" Hayes about a wide variety of topics. Following are some excerpts. Read More

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Aliens Vs. Predator Hits Stores Sometime in February

The 1999 Aliens versus Predator game for the PC is still one of my all time favorite games. Honestly, it's the first game I remember playing online competitive multiplayer in, so it holds a special place in my heart. Even cooler, is the fact that Rebellion Developments, the guys who made the game, are currently working on the reboot/remake/re-whatever of the series. Much like the 1999 version of the game, the upcoming Aliens Vs. Predator will feature three different campaigns, one as an Alien, one as a Predator, and one as a human. You will also be able to play each of these three characters in the multiplayer. One of the best parts of the 1999 version of AvP was how well balanced the multiplayer between the three classes was. But enough with the reminiscing. The upcoming Sega-published AvP was shown off at E3 to the pleasure of many. However, we got very tight-lipped answers about the release date. Today, Sega updated the website for the game and it now lists the release date as February 2010. No specific date but I can't wait much longer for this one so I'm hoping we don't see a delay. Read More

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Media: Aliens Vs. Predator Screens and Teaser Trailer!

SEGA is bringing back Aliens Vs. Predator in a big way, and they've got the screenshots (and teaser trailer!) to prove it. Courtesy of GameTrailers, observe: " Video Games | Aliens vs Predator | Teaser TrailerXBox 360 | Playstation 3 | Nintendo Wii Wowza. Hit the jump for more info and screenshots! Read More