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Alien Hominid

Alien Hominid (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Shooter, Run 'n Gun
Developer: The Behemoth


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Alien Hominid review

Reviewed March 11, 2005

Marc Golding says: "Yes, this little terror can decapitate America's finest intelligence officers and then pick his teeth. If he's feeling kinder, he can toss a mounted agent instead of getting brains on his wrinkly lips, but then, what's the fun in that? "
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