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UFO: Afterlight

UFO: Afterlight (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Real-Time Strategy
Developer: ALTAR Interactive

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/11/2007
EU
02/09/2007
AU
02/25/2007

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Staff Reviews

UFO: Afterlight review

Reviewed February 22, 2007

Gary Hartley says: "So, whereas things could have gone badly for ALTAR in UFO #3, where things like the unvaried AI that has most foes stand in the open and take pot-shots might rob some of an ultimate sense of challenge and the constantly-sprawling interfaces may leave learning gamers feeling lost and overwhelmed, things worked out great."
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