Serial Numbers Filed Off: Compare and contrast Run Like Hell. To quote Chapter 11 of the Let's Play of DS;
Run Like Hell follows a character in deep space, separated from his girlfriend, who's trained in medicine. The station has been attacked by a previously unknown alien race, which has massacred basically everybody. The main character's lady sometimes sends him messages to show that she's okay.
The enemies, too, are quite similar. There are "Cutters", with scythe-blades for arms. There are "Brutes", who are huge, heavily-muscled berserkers who can resist massive gunfire. There are "Scouts", creatures with a scorpion tail. There are "Scout Sprites", breakaway enemies that serve as suicide bombers. There are "Elites", who can take human heads and put them atop their own bodies. And there is "Biomass", which converts the environment into an area appropriate for the aliens.
- There is also quite a bit of similarity to the Sega Dreamcast game Carrier. In that game, set in a future where a resource crisis has caused a war, a rescue team is sent to a huge aircraft carrier that's failing to respond. One of the rescuers, the main character has a brother onboard the ship who ends up killing himself during the course of the game. They end up trapped on the dilapidated vessel after crashing their helicopter due to a malfunctioning defense system, and discover an ancient virus that was picked as secret cargo has transformed the crew into monsters and is steadily infesting the ship with plant matter that has to be navigated around. The main character has to fight to get off of the ship, while repairing what faults he can to stay alive and get rescued. The central character receives objectives from other characters mostly through radio communication, deals with the crazed ship's doctor who has been conducting experiments with the virus and one of the weapons available for use is a welding gun.