Extermination (2001)

Video Game   |  Action, Drama, Horror

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Extermination takes place on December 24, 2005, at a top secret American research facility in Antarctica. The game focuses on U.S. Marine Corp's Force Recon member Sergeant Dennis Riley, as... See full summary »


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Yuzo Sugano , Akira Koike


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17 April 2007 | HAIRBANDFAN
| Great game for fans of Survival Horror
This game was a title that slipped under most people's radar back in 2001. Being a Resident Evil junkie myself, I am always on the lookout for a good survival horror title. I have to say I took a chance on this game but boy did it ever pay off! The concept behind the "incident" at the secret facility that you are sent to investigate with your Marine Special Forces comrades is amazing! This is more of an action game than suspense so be prepared for some serious fighting! The modifiable gun concept was cutting edge at the time and allows you to have the firepower of an arsenal while only carrying the one weapon and various attachments. There is of course a loose virus that the character has to contend with and manage the level of infection in his own body. There are plenty of pickups throughout the game to help you deal with the virus and the various mutated baddies in the facility. Bottom line....If you like the Survival horror genre give this game a whirl. You won't regret it!

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16 June 2001


Japanese, English

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