Fox Digital Entertainment and Angry Mob Games have recently released Alien VS Predator: Evolution and as such, we have spent some time playing. For those thinking the Angry Mob Games name sounds familiar but aren't sure where from -- they were the team behind PREDATORS. Anyway, Alien VS Predator: Evolution has been released for mobile devices, which is to say that it is available for Android and iOS. Of course, the focus here is all Android.
The game kicks off with you having to pick from Alien or Predator. Based on the game description, this means that as an Alien you would be responsible for destroying the Super Predators and freeing your species from enslavement. On the flip side, those choosing Predator would be tasked with eliminating the Alien Queen in an effort to prevent the Super Predators from annihilating your clan. Regardless of which you pick though, you will eventually be playing both sides.
Aside from not being able to pick (and stick) with one side throughout the game, it does seem worthy of the money you will need to shell out to play. Alien VS Predator: Evolution is available by way of the Google Play Store and is selling for $4.99. The game promises everything from vicious characters to fierce combat and even chilling environments and incredible graphics. We found that these mostly lived up to the description, however we have also included a video walkthrough and plenty of screenshots for you to come to your own conclusion. Or at the very least, we believe they will be enough to help you decide if Alien VS Predator: Evolution is worthy of your $5 investment.
In addition to our hands-on, the developer has also released a walkthrough of their own. The developer edition measures in at 4 minutes and 14 seconds in length and can be seen in the video below. As a whole though, Alien VS Predator: Evolution appears to be a worthy third-person combat game that will have you running, dodging, fighting and collecting new weapons as you go.
If you grab the game and start playing, and what better time than a Friday evening, make sure you let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Otherwise, for those looking for a bit of game play and find yourself in a position of not wanting, or not being able to spend $4.99 -- remember that Predators is still available and that one is only $0.99.