Started by Corporal Hicks, Feb 21, 2015, 09:24:26 AM
With this February seeing the 5th anniversary of Rebellion’s Aliens vs Predator (2010), we decided to take some time to play the game after all this time. Episode #23 of the AvPGalaxy Podcast sees administrator Corporal Hicks and global moderators Dachande and RidgeTop joined by community guest Shevvie as we discuss our thoughts on the game after 5 years.
Our next episode will see quite a few members of the AvPGalaxy staff discussing the latest announcements regarding Neill Blomkamp’s upcoming Alien film. Do you have any particular points you’d like us to discuss in the next episode or any thoughts on this podcast and Rebellion’s Aliens vs Predator? Let us know down below!
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Quote from: Darkness on Feb 21, 2015, 03:00:10 PMI actually prefer the interconnected storylines in AvP. It wasn't that great in 2010 but I thought AvP2 worked really well.
QuotePeople always talk of AVP2 being really good. I never played that though. I was going to get it at one point but I thought that the graphics would seem a bit off putting now.
QuoteI think Royal Jelly flashbacks would have been silly.
QuoteWhat's wrong with Stealth kills? That's realistic. If you're behind someone you're not going to just hit them and start a fight.
Quote from: PRJ since1990 on Feb 24, 2015, 07:49:25 PMGreat podcast! First one I've ever listened to tbh. Never thought anything of them but I've changed my mind!
QuoteSome great points and discussions. I would very much like to see either Monolith or Rebellion take a crack at next-gen console AvP action. I think there's plenty of working space for both creativity in story telling and exciting gameplay for all 3 species.
QuoteWhat I wouldn't mind humoring would be a 3rd person AvP action game. Similar to the way the Aliens played in ACM but with that Gears of War/Mass Effect cover-shooter feel. Marines could actually dodge attacks, Alien players could scale the environment in less-disorientating way and Predator players could still utilize the targeted-jumping scheme that AvP 2010 had.
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