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When I first played this game, I went straight for the turn based. I was upset that they were trying to make X-Com into a real time game but happy that they at least gave me a choice. That said, years later I tried the real time and it works surprisingly well. I'm not saying it's better than turn based, I just think it works well within the framework of this title, as it did later on inWhen I first played this game, I went straight for the turn based. I was upset that they were trying to make X-Com into a real time game but happy that they at least gave me a choice. That said, years later I tried the real time and it works surprisingly well. I'm not saying it's better than turn based, I just think it works well within the framework of this title, as it did later on in the UFO series (Aftermath, Aftershock, and Afterlight). Some of the graphical aspects of the new engine are slightly clunky but it might just take a little getting used to. Some people really didn't like this title but I thought it was great. The cutscenes were awful, but who plays X-Com for cutscenes, right? The story was really good and I really enjoyed the aspect of moving from a geoscape to a cityscape using factions of people and corporations instead of countries. It was like a version Sim City I'd actually want to play. I remember when this came out, people were upset that the multiplayer aspects had been scrapped. X-Com always works best as single player anyway, so it's not a huge issue. Absolutely loved this game and I highly recommend it. If you like this title, also check out the UFO series, which was built on an engine the creators of X-Com wrote.… Expand

Developer: MicroProse Software, Inc

Publisher: 2K

Release Date: 15 Jul, 1997

Genre: Strategy, Sci-fi, Turn-Based

  • Supported OS: Microsoft® 2000/XP/Vista®
  • Processor: Pentium 90MHz or better
  • Memory: 16Mb RAM
  • Graphics: Supported 32Mb Graphics Card
  • Sound Cards Supported: Sound Blaster and 100% compatibles, Microsoft Sound System, ESS Audio Drive, ProAudio Spectrum, Ensoniq Soundscape and Gravis UltraSound
  • Hard Drive: 60 MB Hard Disk Space