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INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PC
PUBLISHER:
Tri Synergy
DEVELOPER:
Altar Interactive
GENRE: Strategy
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
November 17, 2005
 Written by John Scalzo  on October 27, 2005

News: The tactical RPG invasion is crossing the pond.



Tri Synergy has plans to bring UFO: Aftershock to North America sometime in the near future. The sequel to the underwhelming UFO: Aftermath, Aftershock gives players the oppurtunity to reclaim Earth from alien invaders and killer cyborgs.

The turn based strategy title is already finished and available in England so we in America should see it before the end of the year.

"Humanity abandoned Earth after a disaster that left her uninhabitable. Now, fifty years later the survivors of the aftermath find themselves fleeing once again. This time their sites are set on reclaiming their planet. The refugees find that their planet is now in the grasp of an unknown force and that reclaiming mother Earth is going to be a struggle of epic scale."

  • Intertwining global strategy and small scale tactical missions
  • Strategic resource and base management
  • Enhanced SAS (Simultaneous Action System) and RPG system in tactical play
  • Fight your way through realistic skyscrapers, inside and out
  • New amazing items and technologies to research and develop
  • Radical new training and experience system
  • New terrifying enemies and powerful allies
  • Added diplomacy element
  • New gripping storyline
  • Interactive destructible environment

    A great movie once asked, "Would you like to know more?" And soon we'll have more on UFO: Aftershock.



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