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Edge Reviews Alien Vs Predator: Requiem (PSP) - 5/10

Edge writes:

"Assuming the role of Predator turned janitor, you're tasked here with mopping up Alien debris and dissolving deceased face-huggers – and, unfortunately, little else of any note. Hardly surprising given Requiem's short gestation period."

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Strategy Informer reviews Alien vs Predator: Requiem

Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem is a blatant rush job – Rebellion even admitted that they spent only six months on the game's development. We know from Rebellion's efforts with the first Aliens vs. Predator game on the PC that they are a capable studio, so why do they think that they can release such a bland and limited game onto a console where, let's face it, not even the best games are selling big numbers. It's a poor effort that's best left festering in the bargain bins.

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GameOn5974d ago (Edited 5974d ago )

AvP2 was a great game full of tension and fear.
Oh well, looks like I'll spend the money on anoter game.

EDIT: oh this is on the psp, comment still stands i guess.

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Worth Playing Reviews AVP-Requiem

Worth Playing writes:

Strapped with an arsenal of exotic weaponry and equipment, players will take on the role of the ultimate Predator. Co-op multiplayer mode adds to the action and excitement as players hunt down and eliminate the Alien species lurking in the authentic universe of the AvP movie.

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Alien vs. Predator: Requiem Review from PALGN

22 January, 2008

Jeremy Jastrzab writes:

"One of the most perplexing mysteries of gaming that has only come about in the last few years is the advent of PSP-only movie tie-ins. If you were going to maximise your audience, wouldn't you prefer to target a more popular system? Still, we're not businessmen and the PSP still has a robust audience. Then again, we can't help but feel that Aliens Vs Predator: Requiem would have been better served on a different console and with more effort in development. But with movie tie-ins, that almost always a given."

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