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XCOM is probably one of the most beloved cult classic turn-based strategy games out there. The reboot managed to help the old Micropose series gain a new audience on home consoles and PC. Well, one gamer decided to take a completely different route with the title by remaking the game in Excel.
2K Marin's shooter based on the strategy series X-COM hasn't been cancelled contrary to popular belief. Publisher 2K Games announced today that they'll providing a "fresh look" at the game in a matter of days. They also sent out a new screenshot.
The alien invasion is set to continue as XCOM: Enemy Unknown prepares to deploy on Mac later this spring. Get locked and loaded Mac users, ‘cause you’re about to have your work cut out for you. XCOM: Enemy Unknown builds on the foundation established by 1994’s X-Com: UFO Defense.
There are a lot of games to be excited about this year. Games like BioShock Infinite and Grand Theft Auto 5 have been showered with praise since they were first announced and have been steadily racking up pre-orders. Not every big release in 2013 is so eagerly anticipated, though. Some are downright dreaded.
2K Games and Firaxis' turn-based strategy game, XCOM: Enemy Unknown, is now officially available in North America for home consoles and PC. The game will launch internationally later this week on Friday, October 12th.
If you can't wait a few days to see the intro cinematic in all its AAA glory when the game releases for home consoles and PC, then you can cheat yourself out of a few minutes of cinematic glory by watching the new clip right here, right now.
Fans of the old Micropose X-Com games will easily fall in love with XCOM: Enemy Unknown. Everything, nearly everything you loved about the original turn-based games makes a return in the upcoming title and if you're a fan of the old titles by all accounts the footage will more than easily make you want to pre-order the game.
2K Games and Fireaxis released some new info for XCOM: Enemy Unknown, the upcoming isometric strategy game reboot of the famed turn-based strategy game, X-Com. For those of you who pre-order the game you'll receive an Elite Soldier Pack to enhance the overall playing experience.
What better way to get people in the mood to kick some vile xenomorphic butt than by showing you a bunch of dead soldiers and splattered humans while the voice of Optimus Prime tells you that you ought to start thinking about doing something about the alien infestation? There is no better way!
2K Games and Fireaxis upcoming XCOM: Enemy Unknown boasts a nice little multiplayer mode for gamers who like challenging their combative strategic skills against opponents who don't have chips and bits for brains. To show off a little bit of the multiplayer, 2K released some screenshots for XCOM's multiplayer at this year's GamesCom.
The spiritual MMO version of X-Com, appropriately called UFO Online, has completed the first phase of closed beta testing and will be entering the second phase of testing shortly, with a number of new additions and features tossed into the game.
2K Games and FireAxis released a new developer diary for the upcoming turn-based strategy re-imagining of XCOM: Enemy Unknown and it's jam packed with everything fans of the strategy franchise have been long awaiting in a remake.
2K Games is currently working to revive the X-COM strategy series with two games: a first-person shooter simply called XCOM and a turn-based strategy called XCOM: Enemy Unknown. In a new interview, the creator of the series offered his thoughts on these new games.
Curious how the gameplay, graphics and strategy elements will look in the upcoming, second reboot of XCOM? Well, GameInformer had a couple of additional screenshots to spare and they're currently up and available for your viewing perusal.
After hearing the news about XCOM: Enemy Unknown being the big Game Informer reveal, were you excited about the game getting another turn-based strategy reboot or would you have preferred if the news was an announcement for Star Wars: Battlefront 3?