X-COM: Terror from the Deep
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The war continues... X-COM: UFO Defense brought you to a galactic battlefield. X-COM: Terror from the Deep brings the alien terror into a totally new dimension.
Seeking to take advantage of a weakened Earth, X-COM's deep space foes unexpectedly change strategy and launch a powerful second front against planet Earth.
In the dark depths of vast oceans, long sleeping forces are awakened by reanimation signals sent out across the galactic silence by their interstellar brothers and sisters. Slowly but surely, an army of hibernating alien sea creatures awakens. Your combat now extends to the strange new worlds of the deep where superior alien technologies threaten the very survival of this planet - your planet - Earth.
Sequel to the hugely successful X-COM: UFO Defense
Actual undersea geoscape mapping system with rich topographic detail
Full array of undersea military technology
Rich graphics feature water coloration and wrecks
Multilevel tactical maps featuring both underseascapes and buildings
Alien encyclopedia features mutation technology and new watery denizens
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Absolute 100/100michalmichal | June 1, 2015 | See all michalmichal's reviews »
X-Com: Terror from the Deep is an absolute and unquestionable classic. Although it was its predecessor, Enemy Unknown/UFO Defense, that stirred the world of strategy games, it was Terror from the Deep that refined its concepts and made it a game so good that it is still played by many gamers despite its 20 years since the release. The core concept is well known: You run an organization protecting the Earth from aliens, develop its bases and technologies, but when the aliens attack, you gather your soldiers and rush to fight them in a turn-based tactical game similar to the Jagged Alliance series. The game was so good, that none of the sequels came even close to it until the latest Xcom Enemy Unknown was released. It's quite impressive, bearing in mind limitations of the computers of that time.