Rebellion triumphantly returns with a reboot of a franchise that made us love them in the first place.
Presentation: Bringing a new Bishop to the table was a great idea and it certainly makes the campaign interesting from all three points of view but it'd honestly be great if the Predator's campaign didn't suck. While fun, his story is just bad and the Xenomorphe's campaign is disorienting.
Gameplay: The Marine's play like you would expect from any shooter and that's not a bad thing. The Xenomorphe's wall/ceiling running is really disorienting because you sometimes don't know where you are but it's definitely more fun to stealth as a Xenomorphe than the Predator. The Predator is still fun to play while it lasts.
Graphics: The engine used was perfect for this game and I would love to see it in some future Rebellion titles. It's unfortunate that a Xenomorphe can be seen in perfect darkness by light reflecting off his exoskeleton. But they still manage to startle you as a marine.
Sound: From Xenomorphe hissing to Predator clicking and mockery to all-around voice acting and explosions, gunshots, lasers, screaming, dying, headshots, tearing flesh, etc... It all just sounds amazing. The soundtrack ain't half bad, either.
Lasting Appeal: It's sad that the online was the best thing about this game and nobody plays it online anymore. I even played it on Steam and got nothing there either so I highly doubt that anyone plays it on even the X360. NO ONE plays this online so, the reason to keep this game is for campaign until you puke and go for the platinum trophy.