Predator: Concrete Jungle



Desterrado en un planeta lejano durante 100 años, Predator vuelve a la tierra en el año 2030, buscando redimir el siglo de trasgresion sufrido. Cuando el codigo de honor protegiendo el secreto de una raza alienigena fue abandonado, una extraña y poderosa tecnologia cayo en manos de unos malvados. Predator debe ahora restaurar ese honor jurando la total destruccion de aquellos que lo violaron.


Predator: Concrete Jungle is an action video game developed by Eurocom and published in 2005 by Vivendi Universal Games for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox consoles.[1] In the game the player controls a disgraced Predator who must regain his honor by killing the humans who have stolen his technology. The game is named after a Dark Horse Comics series of the same title.

The game opens in 1930, in New Way City. The player controls a Predator who stalks and kills mob boss Bruno Borgia and members of his gang who are at war with the Irish Mob. Bruno's wife Isabella shoots the Predator in the eye, causing his blood to splatter on her and her baby son Hunter Borgia. The Predator makes a hasty escape, leaving behind some of his equipment. As he attempts to reach his ship he is incapacitated by an explosion, so he then sets off the ship's self-destruct sequence but fails to kill himself. Shamed by defeat and having exposed his race to the humans, the Predator is exiled by his clan to a planet inhabited by deadly alien creatures. One hundred years later, the Predator, now called Scarface, is offered a chance for redemption.

The Predator technology, derived from Scarface's abandoned equipment, has profilerated into the hands of Bruno's descendants and warring gangs who have utilised it in New Way City, now known as Neonopolis, as well as against other Predators. The warring factions all pay tribute to Lucretia Borgia, daughter of Hunter and granddaughter of Bruno. Thus, Scarface regains his honor by battling the various factions in order to recover the Predator technology.

Eventually it is revealed that MOTHER, the computer controlling Neonopolis, is actually Isabella who, along with her son, have aged slowly and kept alive by Scarface's blood. Hunter has been kidnapping and experimenting on Predators and himself, using their genetic data to slowly transform into a hybrid of human and Predator. Scarface destroys Isabella's tank, killing her while an aggravated Hunter kills Lucretia. Lucretia's ronin guards sacrifice themselves to avenge her and assist Scarface in a final battle against Hunter on top of Borgia headquarters, with Scarface eventually emerging the victor and taking Hunter's head as a trophy. Scarface is then recovered by his clan on a ship.

Later, Lucretia is revealed to have been turned into a cyborg by the recently-merged Weyland and Yutani corporations, and they install her as the new MOTHER computer controlling Neonopolis.

The game also has a number of bonus missions in which the player can earn rewards including costumes, weapons, and increased health and energy. A variety of weapons are used in the game, falling into the categories of melee and ranged weapons. A number of the weapons reflect those used in the Predator and Alien vs. Predator films, though others are new. The player can also use mines and bombs. Weapon upgrades are found in some of the stages. The player can also use items, such as medical kits which restore health. In first-person mode the player can use vocal mimicry to distract or lure an enemy, while in third-person mode the player can emit a loud roar.