Alien Trilogy (PC) Reviews
Product Type: Acclaim PC games
Description:Manufacturer: Acclaim / Genre: Shooter
Newest Review: ... and so on, and has you fblasting away at the usual Gigeresque Xenomorphs, dog-aliens, facehuggers, eggs, and also human ... more
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Customer Alien Trilogy (PC) Reviews (2)
by - written on 09/10/11 (Very useful, 15 readings)
Alien Trilogy was one of the flagship games for the doomed Atari Jaguar console, and was later ported to the PC. By the standards of the Jaguar it's actually a reasonably decent game, but that speaks more about the dire paucity of decent titles on the Jaguar than anything else. When compared to older FPS games like Doom, or even the original Wolfenstein, it just doesn't hold up. Like Doom, Alien Trilogy has rudimentary 3d environments with 2d sprites for enemies and items. The game takes place in scenes from the films- LV426, a prison complex, and so on, and has you fblasting away at the usual Gigeresque Xenomorphs, dog-aliens, facehuggers, eggs, and also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/11 (Very useful, 9 readings)
Alien Trilogy is a 3D shoot-em-up that is loosely based on the three existing Alien films. Very loosely in fact. The rendered intro sets the scene for the game and bears some resemblance to the beginning of Aliens. Ripley, along with a crack troop of space marines heads into the colony on planet LV246, with the aim of finding out why communication with the colony has been lost. Of course, we know exactly why.. the Aliens. It'd make for a pretty dull game if you just went in, found out that the colonists were okay and then went home again. And true to form the xenomorphs are out in force, viciously goring, maiming and generally being quite unpleasant to the ... Read the complete review
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