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- Hire and allocate scientists to use them on various projects
- Examine aliens to develop better weapons, armor, medikits, cannons and vehicles - even energy shields
- Prepare and equip your team as they prepare to handle the various alien threats and incursions
- Build hangars, medical sections, detection systems, labs, workshops and more
- Control a squad of soldiers, light and heavy support combat vehicles, robots and air units
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In UFO: Extraterrestrials and the Esperanza Imperative you'll have to combine global strategy, weapons and technology development, facility building, and small-squad tactics. The year is 2025 and an alien force has come to attack the newly colonized planet Esperanza. You'll control a squad of soldiers, robots, and support vehicles and fight back the invading menace. Use your strategic skills to avert an alien impact on Esperanza The story continues on the planet Earth, which has been subdued by alien forces Classic gameplay and visuals
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Having said all that, graphics are a little dated and the game is a bit buggy and unbalanced straight out of the box. I don't consider these major drawbacks since the graphics are still better than the original X-Com, although it lacks some of the original's style. The bugs and balance are largely resolved with the official patches.
Grafix are pretty bad.
You can kneel but there is no prone.
One of the worst features is you must click on your equiped weapon every shot you take at an enemy, it gets real old...you will do this about 40-60 times per mission, and the is a near limitless number of missions.
Same old stuff...There are one or two enemy types I dont remember being in xcom, but they were in latter games.
The AI is very poor.
Bad translations into english in the UFOepedia. They took everything else from xcom, why didn't they just cut and paste the english text from xcom into their game?
Sounds are basicly the same from xcom. The music is ok.
Horrid outdoor grafix scale, example: trees in the game only seem to be a a maxium of 6 feet tall.
I am very pissed that there was no demo on the Chaos Concept webpage. I would not recomend you buy without a demo to see if you like it***
Overall it is a novelty game (which should have been freeware imo) strickly for dihard fans of the orignal xcom.