Predator: Hunting Grounds
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A clever premise can't meet the expectations of its ever-evolving namesake. The end result: a most tedious and ugly game.
There's a lot to like in Predator: Hunting Grounds. It's faithful to its source material, hella fun and addicting. However it lacks the content and technical punishment to be a must have at its launch.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Predator: Hunting Grounds is a lot of fun to play, but it does have many technical problems that really drag it down.
...despite the dedicated appreciation for the franchise, Predator: Hunting Grounds is poorly made and not fun to play.
I enjoyed Predator: Hunting Grounds, no doubt, but the glaring issues it has as an overall package is difficult to ignore. This would have been a great game if it had a single-player campaign. Do you know what would have been an awesome 4v1? Ridley Scott’s Alien.
There’s love for the franchise here for sure, it just needed more time in the oven to produce a quality product of that love.
Predator: Hunting Grounds isn't bad at all, but it desperately needs more content and bugfixing. The core gameplay is very promising, though.
Review in Czech | Read full review
Illfonics respectable efforts are recognised here, and have shown slight improvement over their survival horror title. It certainly is in need of improvements, but you will have a fun playing this title. For however long though, is at your discretion.
A very careful artistic design, a "movie" sound section and a very addictive gameplay we can say without fear of being mistaken that Predator Hunting Ground holds the title of being the best adaptation made of the 1987 film.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Unfortunately, the lack of overall content, poor optimisation for the PS4 system, lacklustre AI, repetition and questionable design choices means the title just doesn’t stack up against other shooters on the market.