Heavy Nova - Sega Genesis "The origin of Erath! lol. It deserves credit for that at least..
It isn't all that bad actually. I remember this from the day, and the graphics were awesome for the time. Satisfying 1-on-1 mech combat, so long as you were winning...
The problem was that it was always a one sided affair. Once one side gets the advantage, it would be nigh impossible for the other to recover a fighting chance.
If only that balance issue had been addressed, it could have been a definitive mech battler for the era." - leaon79s
Bugs - Atari 2600 "Whats the problem?.. As far as I'm concerned this is no better or worse than over half the shit on the 2600. Move the thing, push the button, shoot the other thing... zap! zap! and on and so on.. The only trouble I see is conceptually as stated.. it doesn't have Captain Ripton from Star Sector-825 defending Holodelphia from Intergalactic Slave Traders.. It could do with a little of that jazz and maybe it could rock with the stars!" - cheznar
Aliens vs. Predator - PlayStation 3 "I really enjoyed this game. It isn't outstanding but it is really fun, especially for an Alien and/or Predator fan. Each of the three campaigns are fairly unique in tone and gameplay and really capture the feel of the franchise they come from. The survival mode is also a lot of fun and one of the best additions to the game. Some big gripes I have though are the repetitive assassination animations -- which are awesome but too few -- and the short length of the individual campaigns." - CoinOpCosmonaut