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X-COM: Terror from the Deep

X-COM: Terror from the Deep (PSX) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation
Tags: Strategy
Developer: Culture Brain

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12/??/1996

Staff Reviews

X-COM: Terror from the Deep review

Reviewed November 04, 2008

Gary Hartley says: "You start the game with bloody harpoons guns! The only way to close the vast technologic gap between races is to slaughter in mass number, steal the weapons from their corpses, and have your boffins at home make you human-friendly versions."
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Reader Reviews

X-COM: Terror from the Deep review

Reviewed August 18, 2008

Cornwell says: "X-COM 2: Terror from the Deep is the sequel to X-Com: Enemy Unknown (or UFO Defence, depending on your nationality) a follow on that tries to change as little as possible. But when the foundations set are already killer, it's not that big a deal. "
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