Rebellion has said it's happy with the critical response to Aliens vs. Predator despite three "totally s*** reviews by some Americans".
"We wanted Aliens vs. Predator to be a critical success as well as a commercial success, which we think we have achieved," CEO Jason Kingsley told Develop following the game's chart-topping exploits in the UK.
"The reviews have been mostly good. We've had three totally s*** reviews by some Americans, which is a bit odd. Some of them were inexcusably bad," he said.
Kingsley said Rebellion is "trying to do all the right things to make the franchise a success now and in the future", and that this will include "ongoing support for AVP" as well as talks about "a sequel to the game".
"Obviously in the past we've had constraints put on us, meaning we've released games that we wanted to spend a bit more time on, which have critically been a bit underwhelming. That's always a shame.
"With Rogue Warrior, we did the best we could in the timeframe, and I doubt anyone could do any better given the circumstance," he said.