The game features incredible fidelity and attention to detail throughout, awesome audio effects and an engaging single player narrative. The pulsating story takes the game's hero through an intense ride through a stricken craft, onto a mysterious, ageing hulk ship and beyond.
In addition to the explosive single player story, the game also offers a relentless, action packed, two-player co-operative battle mode for online and offline local action with a number of difficulty modes to challenge all skills.
The game features hours of dramatic single and multiplayer action, unique and exciting set pieces, thrilling bosses to fight and incidental surprises throughout.
- The story is conveyed by fantastic comic-book art and quality voice acting, the narrative unfolds and twists with dramatic climaxes and truly epic battles.
- Developed using Epic Software's Unreal® technology, the title boasts stunning, state of the art visual effects.
- Fine audio finesse, including a fully re-mastered edition of Allister Brimble's cult original game title track, you have a title that's high on quality, nostalgia and meticulous attention to detail.
Alien Breed Evolution raises the quality and production bar for original digital download titles and especially so at the attractive price-point. It all adds up to make one of the slickest, directly entertaining titles in Team17's history and a worthy modern remake of one of its earliest and most admired pick up and play titles.
Alien Breed Evolution also continues Team17s recent rebirth as an independent digital publisher, with all it's previous Worms titles hitting top spot in terms of digital sales charts on XBLA, PSN and AppStore.
Initially exclusive to Xbox 360, the trilogy will also be available for PC and PlayStation3 in 2010.
Alien Breed History:
Alien Breed is recognised as one of the foremost fondly remembered Amiga games ever released. The original Alien Breed game was launched on Amiga in 1991, developed and published by Team17 Software Ltd. A title that announced Team17's arrival as a quality indie developer-publisher... quite some years before they had a hit with those little pink blighters, Worms.
The game was an instant success and a sequel of sorts, Alien Breed Directors Cut, released in 1992 spending an incredible 33 unbroken weeks at the top of the UK Gallup Budget Charts. A full sequel was released in 1993 (Alien Breed 2) and a 3D edition, which won a number of technical achievement awards in 1994. The well-loved series has lain dormant for 14 years, until now, arriving in stunning fashion with the production-heavy 'Alien Breed Evolution'.