Submitted by Cursinguser 1015d ago | review

Aliens: Colonial Marines Review | 1985fm

1985FM - From the beginning, you'll notice something isn't right on LV-426 and I'm not referring to the infestation of bloodthirsty space bugs. The game looks like you've woken up from cryo-stasis, seven years into the past. Low resolution textures, texture clipping, sloppy animations and framerate hitches dampen the visual experience. Lighting effects go a long way in selling the atmosphere of LV-426, but it's a small condolence, against ugly surfaces and rigid animations. (Aliens: Colonial Marines, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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