UFO: Aftershock

ALTAR Interactive reveals plans for UFO: Aftershock, a sequel to UFO: Aftermath, their xenophobic strategy game. In conjunction with the announcement, a trailer showing off a bit of gameplay has been released, and can be found on Adrenaline Vault, GameCenter.cz, Gamer's Hell, Jucaushii.ro, Loadedinc, and Worthplaying; and there's a shrunken-down DivX version on Tiscali Games. Here's the fact sheet on what's been revealed so far:
The story continues...

After the alien invasion, the Council of Earth successfully fought the Reticulans and moreover discovered their secret plan: to cover the Earth with "Biomass", a network of alien organic tissue that, the Reticulans hoped, would become conscious and endowed with immense psychic powers. The Reticulans who invaded the Earth are not true representatives of their kind, they are a breakaway faction that burned the bridges and chose this backwater part of space to conduct its experiments.

The Reticulans would construct a large satellite (several kilometres across) with a closed ecosystem and move the remnants of human population there. The experiment with the Biomass would go on on the surface. Then something went horribly wrong...

• Global strategy – tactical missions and strategic game on the globe
• Sequel for successful UFO: Aftermath
• New amazing technologies and items for development
• New enemies and allies
• Source management, Base management
• Improved SAS system and RPG system
• Strong story

...and many other new features
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i'm sure the brothers gollop are wincing
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i'm sure the brothers gollop are wincing May 5, 2004, 10:54
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at the insults that are repeatedly dealt to the X-Com UFO legacy by inept studios that churn out steaming piles of bug laden shit. Everyone do yourself a favor, buy X-com collectors edition off ebay, or go play laser squad nemesis, don't support incompetant developers like ALTAR who are attempting to milk the legacy of one of the best games ever, that they had nothing to do with the making of. worse than fucking vultures. stupid people should not be allowed to buy games, they encourage developers to continue this behavior.
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