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Consoles have never been an ideal breeding ground for real-time strategy games. No matter how you slice it, it's the one genre that's done better on the PC. That doesn't stop developers from trying though, especially when they have hold of a popular license, and in the case of Aliens Versus Predator: Extinctions, two popular licenses. A console RTS based on two old movie licenses'sounds destined for mediocrity, doesn't it? Miraculously, Aliens Versus Predator: Extinction is the best example of how to do a console RTS game right, although it isn't a masterpiece by any stretch of the imagination.
Unlike most conventional RTS games,Extinction focuses primarily on combat. That means there's little resource management or structures to build, which might turn-off some RTS-fanatics, but it's for the best for a console RTS. Missions are usually seek-and-destroy missions, although they sometimes branch out into fix-it and survival missions, which are' well, the same thing. And even though this is a RTS game, there's not much strategy that you need to take into consideration aside from the obvious restrictions of each unit. A lot of your success will depend on how many units you have and how good you are at zerging (throwing a mass amount of weak units at enemies). Despite these faults, Extinction does a lot right, including the excellent control setup that isn't marred by endless menu screens. Extinction takes the best parts of a RTS game and brings it to the PlayStation 2, largely forgoing the menial tasks that just aren't suited for a console. This all might seem utterly simplistic to a PC RTS fan, but given a console's control limitations, keeping the game simple works out well in the long run.
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Extinction doesn't suffer from choppy framerates or bad lighting-effects, but it does commit the sin of looking utterly boring. Maps are bland and hold no visual flare whatsoever since most missions take place on barren areas with little detail. Likewise, the audio is a mixed bag. While sound effects sound like they were ripped straight from the movies, the music is bland and forgettable. There are some noticeable mixing problems as well.
For a console RTS, Aliens versus Predator: Extinction isn't half bad but compared to a PC RTS, however, Extinction is too simplistic for it's own good and hardcore RTS fans would do best to avoid it. Aliens Versus Predator: Extinction may be one of the best RTS games out there for the PlayStation 2, but that isn't really saying much when sizing up the competition.