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X-COM: UFO Defense

X-COM: UFO Defense (PC) game cover art
Platform: PC
Genre: Turn-Based Strategy (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Culture Brain
AKA: X-COM: Enemy Unknown (EU)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/31/1993
Unknown
EU
??/??/1994

Staff Reviews

X-COM: UFO Defense review

Reviewed March 17, 2005

Gary Hartley says: "The forever-set benchmark of Turn Based Strategy"
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Reader Reviews

X-COM: UFO Defense review

Reviewed August 21, 2009

Doomy says: "Note: This game was originally titled UFO: Enemy Unknown and is also known as X-COM: UFO Defense in the United States. As the series progressed, the title X-COM: Enemy Unknown became more prevalent and is consistently used throughout this review. "
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