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New Alien vs. Predator: Evolution Trailer & Images

Fox Digital Entertainment and Angry Mob Games have released a new trailer and collection of images for their upcoming mobile title Alien Vs. Predator: Evolution.

On a distant planet, the blood feud between Predator clans continues to rage. In a final attempt to eradicate the Jungle Hunter Clan, the Super Predators secure the capabilities of an unlikely and unwilling species, the Aliens. As an Alien, you must ultimately destroy the Super Predators and free your species from enslavement. As a Jungle Hunter Predator, you must eliminate the Alien Queen in order to prevent the Super Predators from annihilating your clan.



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  1. avpfan101
    You mean Mission 28: Tusk and Talons?  Yeah, I hated that level so much and unfortunately if you think that's bad then you are going to hate Mr. Black.  I still don't know how it is I managed to earn the Invincible achievement (Don't Die Once in a Campaign); it seems awesome that I did looking back tho. ;D  If you need any help, don't hesitate to ask. :)
    that was an easy level the game is easy but its fun though
  2. predxeno
    You mean Mission 28: Tusk and Talons?  Yeah, I hated that level so much and unfortunately if you think that's bad then you are going to hate Mr. Black.  I still don't know how it is I managed to earn the Invincible achievement (Don't Die Once in a Campaign); it seems awesome that I did looking back tho. ;D  If you need any help, don't hesitate to ask. :)
  3. HybridNewborn
    Really?  I found AVPR kind repetitive, especially after you get the combistick.
    It is. Get's kinda too easy after that.
    Conversely the mobile phone game for Requiem was quite fun. It's a fairly faithful AvP game actually.
    Faithful to what exactly?
    The AvP PC games. While it's a sprite-based top-down thing, the two campaigns are as an alien making your way through a Marine facility where they've got your queen, featuring various castes of aliens including praetorians, and as a Pred making your way through the same base, trying to get to the queen to take her out. It's quite fun, if a bit short.

    A f**king app! >:(

    I thought I was looking at the next AVPE here what a let down.
    There's tons of "apps" that are legitimately great games in their own right, I'm not seeing the problem here. ???
    I'd just prefer it been on a platform with trophies and achievements with possible online play, I can't see an App having all the qualities that I'd love to see in an AVP RPG, Real time strategy or any type of game.
    I've been pleasantly surprised with the games being put out by big developers on phones over the last half decade. The Dead Space game is equivalent to a PS1-era horror game. SEGA's been putting Sonic 4 on mobile. Rayman Origins got a mobile port. there's a Mass Effect title. Square-Enix has put out three full ps2-level jrpgs in the Chaos Ring series, as well as porting a bunch of Final Fantasy games to mobile. Kojima even made a mobile full 3d with active camo system Metal Gear title that takes place between MGS1 and 2. And that's not even taking into account all of the really high-quality knock-off games that Gameloft brings to the table that faithfully capture the graphics and feel of such titles as Zelda, Halo, Assassin's Creed (not to mention their actual Assassin's Creed games), God of War, World of Warcraft, LoL, Final Fantasy X, Red Dead Redemption, GTA, Serious Sam, Forza, Spider-Man, Arkham City, and tons more.

    The point I'm trying to make is that I don't think you're giving the platform enough credit.
  4. Xenomrph
    A f**king app! >:(

    I thought I was looking at the next AVPE here what a let down.
    There's tons of "apps" that are legitimately great games in their own right, I'm not seeing the problem here. ???

    I'd just prefer it been on a platform with trophies and achievements with possible online play, I can't see an App having all the qualities that I'd love to see in an AVP RPG, Real time strategy or any type of game.
    I think you're going to be pleasantly surprised by AvP Evolution, if you're using the 'Predators' game as your baseline. :)
  5. Lie
    A f**king app! >:(

    I thought I was looking at the next AVPE here what a let down.
    There's tons of "apps" that are legitimately great games in their own right, I'm not seeing the problem here. ???

    I'd just prefer it been on a platform with trophies and achievements with possible online play, I can't see an App having all the qualities that I'd love to see in an AVP RPG, Real time strategy or any type of game.
  6. HybridNewborn
    I would gladly pay more really. Part of the reason so many game studios are closing shop lately is the struggle to make a profit. If there were a way I could pay a company more than market price for a game I like, I totally would.
  7. predxeno
    Finishing kills, being able to summon facehuggers as the Alien, awesome plot; this is what AVP2010 should have been.

    What was wrong with AvP3?

    Forgetting all the multiplayer problems, the single-player just felt repetitive and the plot was rather unmotivated.

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    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    Aliens Book 1 had combat androids as a major plot point.  Then they pop up again in Stronghold.

    And Ash was doing okay against Parker with no head.

    Oh right, I forgot about Book 1; but as for Ash, I assumed that the remaining cables that attached his head to his body operated to some capacity.
  8. Xenomrph
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    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    Aliens Book 1 had combat androids as a major plot point.  Then they pop up again in Stronghold.

    And Ash was doing okay against Parker with no head.
    As I recall those combat androids specifically couldn't harm humans - I remember the Perry novel mentioning the First Law of Robotics, and that having androids violate that was mega-illegal. So having combat androids shooting Aliens is totally cool, it's once you have them shooting at humans (like in AvP2010) that it becomes a Big Deal.
    Incidentally I know you fought combat androids in AvP2 as the Predator and Alien, but I can't recall if you fought any in the Marine campaign. I think you did, but I'm not sure.

    Would you say it was a positive experience or negative experience?
    Definitely positive.

    Is there any indication when the game takes place, other than a general "around the time of the Alien films" sense of things?
    No specific year is given, but it's a beta.
  9. SM
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    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    Aliens Book 1 had combat androids as a major plot point.  Then they pop up again in Stronghold.

    And Ash was doing okay against Parker with no head.
  10. RakaiThwei
    Super glad the stuff from Predators is being incorporated into the larger AvP franchise, though a bit disappointed it looks that the Pred Hounds are going to be something associated with just the Super Preds instead of the the Preds in general.

    You might want to see my posts to PredXeno regarding on the BSPs being intergrated into the AvP universe.

    Given that they're using a bunch of stuff from Predators in the game, does anyone know if there's any Prometheus inspired elements incorporated as well?

    Prometheus would work better in the AvP universe than Predators but... What I said about PREDATORS kind of applies to Prometheus in some small way.

    Finishing kills, being able to summon facehuggers as the Alien, awesome plot; this is what AVP2010 should have been.

    What was wrong with AvP3?

    -Rakai'Thwei
  11. HybridNewborn
    Given that they're using a bunch of stuff from Predators in the game, does anyone know if there's any Prometheus inspired elements incorporated as well?

    In which audio files did you guys hear about all this? I've collected all of them and don't remember any of this stuff. ??? ??? ???
    The combat synths not looking human conversation is between characters and is not an audio log. I believe that it occurs during one of the Marine campaign levels when you first run into combat synths.
  12. Jango1201
    This game looks awesome! Sad I missed the sign up for the beta.

    Super glad the stuff from Predators is being incorporated into the larger AvP franchise, though a bit disappointed it looks that the Pred Hounds are going to be something associated with just the Super Preds instead of the the Preds in general.

    I wish I could talk about this game since I've been a part of the closed beta, but I can't... :(
    Is there any indication when the game takes place, other than a general "around the time of the Alien films" sense of things?

    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    There are two different kinds of combat synthetics.

    I know the ones in Aliens vs Predator 3 were hinted to be made from corpses from the human staff of BG-386. The Audio Journals even mention that numerous staff members were missing and somehow more combat androids seemed to show up right when said staff members turned up missing. One staff member claimed that he saw one missing staff member being turned into a combat android.

    -Rakai'Thwei

    I also remember some conversations from the game indicating that it was against the law for combat synths to look too human and that they had to be recognizably synthetic from a distance if they were combat synths.

    In which audio files did you guys hear about all this? I've collected all of them and don't remember any of this stuff. ??? ??? ???
  13. HybridNewborn
    This game looks awesome! Sad I missed the sign up for the beta.

    Super glad the stuff from Predators is being incorporated into the larger AvP franchise, though a bit disappointed it looks that the Pred Hounds are going to be something associated with just the Super Preds instead of the the Preds in general.

    I wish I could talk about this game since I've been a part of the closed beta, but I can't... :(
    Is there any indication when the game takes place, other than a general "around the time of the Alien films" sense of things?

    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    There are two different kinds of combat synthetics.

    I know the ones in Aliens vs Predator 3 were hinted to be made from corpses from the human staff of BG-386. The Audio Journals even mention that numerous staff members were missing and somehow more combat androids seemed to show up right when said staff members turned up missing. One staff member claimed that he saw one missing staff member being turned into a combat android.

    -Rakai'Thwei

    I also remember some conversations from the game indicating that it was against the law for combat synths to look too human and that they had to be recognizably synthetic from a distance if they were combat synths.
  14. RakaiThwei
    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.

    There are two different kinds of combat synthetics.

    I know the ones in Aliens vs Predator 3 were hinted to be made from corpses from the human staff of BG-386. The Audio Journals even mention that numerous staff members were missing and somehow more combat androids seemed to show up right when said staff members turned up missing. One staff member claimed that he saw one missing staff member being turned into a combat android.

    -Rakai'Thwei
  15. predxeno
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    Well, didn't AVP2010 state that combat androids were illegal?

    Maybe in video games, but that doesn't seem to be the case in comics.  Or some games for that matter.

    Actually, I think those were regular androids; I think combat synths are specially designed somehow for warfare, that's probably why they can still walk with their heads shot off while normal androids can't.
  16. predxeno
    Sorry, didn't mean to start another one of those canon arguments; just wanted to tell why I'm glad the BSPs are in this game, but that I also understand why you're less than thrilled about it.
  17. RakaiThwei
    Well, I like the fact that the BSPs are here cause it reminds us that the BSPs are a canon part of the universe, not something that can simply be tucked away in 1 small category; but I guess that's why you might hate it. :(

    If you want to get into a continuity and canon debate, PM me a message. Be it on here or on PSN. I would be more than happy to discuss it with you but this is a discussion about the game.

    However, I wouldn't consider this game to be canon with the AvP Universe. Don't get me wrong PredXeno, I agree with you that a lot of the EU is canon and all of that but I also follow the Word of God trope too. So in this case... I just have to disagree with you.

    But as for me playing the game... Yeah, I'd play it. I just have to get an IPhone or a Pad.

    -Rakai'Thwei
  18. predxeno
    BSPs?! In my AvP?! Hell no!

    Gotta admit though, the game looks fun.

    It is nice to see the BSPs once more integrated into the actual plot of the AVP universe; I was half expecting to see them only in Predator 4 and any possible Predator sequels, this is a welcome surprise.

    I'd have to disagree with you there.

    As far as I am aware, Rodriguez didn't want PREDATORS to be part of the AvP universe. The BSPs really have no place there. This is probably something of stand alone game rather than something which could be considered a part of overall AvP continuity.

    -Rakai'Thwei

    Well, I like the fact that the BSPs are here cause it reminds us that the BSPs are a canon part of the universe, not something that can simply be tucked away in 1 small category; but I guess that's why you might hate it. :(

    Depends on whether you've been following the A:CM development.

    [http://http://imgur.com/qtt9X]Final paragraph[/url]

    Good. A:CM gets a bonus just for that. I hate combat droids. Especially in AVP 2010, they were annoying as Hell.

    "I'm here to fight aliens and predators, not robots."

    Well, didn't AVP2010 state that combat androids were illegal?
  19. OpenMaw
    Depends on whether you've been following the A:CM development.

    [http://http://imgur.com/qtt9X]Final paragraph[/url]

    Good. A:CM gets a bonus just for that. I hate combat droids. Especially in AVP 2010, they were annoying as Hell.

    "I'm here to fight aliens and predators, not robots."

    I wish I could talk about this game since I've been a part of the closed beta, but I can't... :(

    Would you say it was a positive experience or negative experience?
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