If you were to combine Smash TV with the movie Aliens, the result would be Xeno Crisis, an extremely challenging top down shooter.
Predator: Concrete Jungle is a decent action game at best and a bit underwhelming as a whole.
Aliens: Colonial Marines is not a very good representation of the source material and even if you strip away the Aliens coat of paint, this is just a very average shooter that fails to impress.
A reboot of the video game series, Aliens vs. Predator is a decent game but doesn’t reflect what made the series so excellent.
One of the greatest shooters ever released. This review will cover Duke Nukem 3D: Atomic Edition, Megaton Edition, the 20th Anniversary World Tour edition, and the Duke Nukem 64 Mod. We also cover the official expansions; Duke it out in D.C., Duke Caribbean: Life’s a Beach, and Duke: Nuclear Winter.
Aliens: Colonial Marines is a very generic and terribly written first-person shooter. It looks, sounds, and feels like Aliens but, sadly, it is nowhere near as good as the movie or even any good FPS games. It’s functional and that’s about it.