GamesRadar writes: "In space no-one can hear you scream. But in the gaming room of Oxford-based developer Rebellion's head office everyone can. Sitting mere meters away from the world's largest TV screen with the lights down low and the volume up high, Aliens vs Predator is a very scary game.
It's also a very ambitious game. Each species (humans, Aliens and Predators) gets its own campaign, control method and even screen furniture. Clearly Rebellion has gotten under the skin of these creatures to bring them to virtual life as accurately as possible. The result is a game that can by turns leave you feeling slightly sick with fear or giddy with power."