- Area-51 Game - Giant Bomb
- Area 51 PC Version file - Mod DB
- Co-Optimus - Area 51 Site 4 Arcade Classics Co-Op Information
- Operators Manual - International Arcade Museum
Area-51 Game - Giant Bomb
In some ways, it’s this lack of hype, hubris and ambition that has made it one of the better FPS games on the Play Station 2. The central plot – things go wrong in a top-secret military-scientific installation – has been a genre staple since Doom, but if there’s any game where Area 51 owes so much of its inspiration to, it’s the orinal Half-Life.
Area 51 PC Version file - Mod DB
It’s not attempting to change the first-person-shooter as we know it, create a spectacular multiplayer experience, or redefine narrative-based gaming.
Co-Optimus - Area 51 Site 4 Arcade Classics Co-Op Information
Like all the best hammy, low-brow potboilers, Area 51 isn’t trying to do anything orinal or particularly innovative.
Operators Manual - International Arcade Museum
In fact, it’s a challenge not to think of Valve’s masterpiece while playing Area 51, particularly when the initial squad-based levels, with battle hardened shock troops overwhelmed by alien adversaries, won’t be unfamiliar to anyone who played the Half-Life mission pack, Opposing Force.
Area 51 game manual for ps2:
Rating: 90 / 100
Overall: 99 Rates