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UFO: Aftermath (PC)

UFO: Aftermath (PC)
alaScore 77

5 reviews

Jul, 2014

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the UFO: Aftermath (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 77/100 = Good quality.

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UFO: Aftermath (PC)

 

Despite some bright spots, UFO: Aftermath isn't a fitting sequel to X-COM, and, on its own merits, it just isn't a good tactical combat simulator.

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Project Aftermath

 

First, they came for our goop

Surprisingly competent and fun ; Fast, arcade action ; Enough depth to keep you going

Not tactically challenging ; Not a full-scale RTS ; Not quite brilliant

Project Aftermath isn’t a full-scale RTS, and it doesn’t try to be. It’s not brilliant, and we don’t think anyone involved with it thinks it'll change the world. It is, however, well-written, well thought-out, and an entertaining game that would have...

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UFO: Aftermath

 

This text refers to the PC version of this title.The year is 2003 and the world as we know it is about to end. A space-faring alien race has invaded Earth and, in less than three short months, has left human civilization in near ruin. Mankind's last hope

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UFO Aftermath

 

Way back at the start of the 1990's Microprose brought out a game that, at the time was the benchmark for turn-based strategy games. The name of this masterpiece was UFO: Enemy Unknown (XCOM: UFO Defense in the US). Well for those of you out there that...

Classic game remade ; Doesn't time fly when you're having fun

Can't rename squad members ; Can't enter buildings except bases ; Can't close doors

The majority of the ‘between mission' stages will be spent viewing the world map, and just as in UEU (UFO: Enemy Unknown) this is a globe, with all your bases highlighted along with outlines of the territory you hold, along with any missions that are...

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