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# 57698 22-Feb-2010 13:26
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Just wondering whether anyone else had purchased Alien vs Predator as it came out on Friday. Wondering what you think about it. I'm happy enough with it. I don't think it's as polished as some of the other games out there. It's almost to me that rebellion haven't moved on a heck of a lot from the first game. Still a load of fun. Not recommended to play in the dark ;)




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  # 300991 22-Feb-2010 13:50
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Friends installed the demo at my LAN in the weekend..... took them 15mins to figure out how to get the LAN play working or something... looked pretty. We ended up playing AvP 2 tho........




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  # 301333 23-Feb-2010 08:12
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My PC's too crap to play this game and i so badly want to play this, have been a fan since AVP 1. From what ive read on forums the game is very good - multi player is even better. I need to do a major PC upgrade have been looking at some gaming PC's on TM.




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  # 301723 24-Feb-2010 07:40
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Good. Way too short though. I almost never get any go out of multiplayer, so to me a good single player campaign is a major.




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