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X-COM: Terror From The Deep

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Hawke2
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@ Theoclymenus and X-pert XCOM Enemy Unknown does have fog of war, but a lazy approach to it. The aliens don't hunt you, they just stand around waiting. When you find them, they immediately move into cover that protects them from you. So it technically exists, but lacks much tension. That said, it's still a fairly good game.

Dec. 26, 2013
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bigdognz
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I have played two different versions released by the community. The first was good as it was made to run on Windows however it lacked some elements of the DOS version. The DOS version was good but a hassle to get running and even then didnt run as well as the Windows version, however it did have some more features; for example you could use a cheap to skip a mission with the results of the previous mission if you were feeling extra lazy. Would love to see a GOG released version.

Nov. 30, 2013
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wjm1663
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every bit the great game as the first x-com. only longer and more difficult to beat. forget the rest of series, first 2 were the classics. there used to be a fan site that offered xcom enemy unknown, playable on vista/7, for free. i grabbed it a few years back and it works fine on windows 7. i guess steam put a stop to that. its only 12.4 mb file size, what a masterpiece of programming some of the old microprose strat games were.

Nov. 1, 2013
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lalelilolu
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this game was so extreme hard....but still love it. Would buy it!

Oct. 31, 2013
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Rhaegar7
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Strange that the X-Com 1 and 2 haven't been uploaded already. Perhaps the best games ever made. ;)

Oct. 11, 2013
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reebsgog101
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Loved this game. The soundtrack was haunting and always found myself hunting down that last elusive crab man hiding in a corner somewhere. Spent ages trying to get this one back up running but gave up when moved to an 64bit comp. Struggle to get most modern games to play on the graphics card let alone some oldies. Please work your tinkering magic on this one GOG. Cheers

Oct. 5, 2013
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Ronster
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If this game comes to GOG, I will be so happy!

Aug. 2, 2013
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jukenorris
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I would be so much win if we could get both (the first two) X-coms in a duo-pack. Like betrayal at krondor + Antara.

Apr. 2, 2013
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X-pert74
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The new XCOM absolutely does have "fog of war" in it. Also you can play the original X-COM games on modern computers using DOSbox, which is packaged with the versions sold on Steam. Still though, I wish they could come out on GOG as well.

Mar. 20, 2013
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Theoclymenus
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I would purchase either (or both) of the original X-Com games because, not being tech savvy or able to understand tech jargon, I've never been able to get them to run on modern machines, despite my best efforts. :( I was excited by the new X-Com game but then I heard it has no fog of war and am thinking that as a result it can't be very suspenseful, and suspense was the essence of these games.

Jan. 10, 2013
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olebrommm079
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all xcoms are alrdy in steam id say that should consentrate on games thats never gona see the daylight if not for gog.

Oct. 19, 2012
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Ketzerfreund
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@MalcolmRidcully & GameDemo: You two do realise that most olden games of the DOS era available here are enabled to run via Dosbox, right? There is no problem with making the old X-Com games run on modern machines the same way. :P Anyway, both Enemy Unknown as well as this sequel should get their rightful places on this platform. Though, be warned - should you happen to find Enemy Unknown to be hard, then Terror From The Deep will make you weep like a baby that just got it's lollypop stolen! >;)

Oct. 9, 2012
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GameDemo
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Would love to see the OLD one. I still have it but won't run on Win7 Machine (even in comp mode) - I would LOVE to someone remake this game to today's system standards... NO bs FPS... just copy the game play exactly with today's graphics and sounds.

Sep. 10, 2012
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Lostar
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I used to sit in my dads lap as a kid and play this with him. From base management, research, and combat, I've grown up with X-COM TFTD. I'd love to have a chance at playing this game again...

Sep. 5, 2012
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MalcolmRidcully
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I'm sure there is trouble in making them run on modern PCs and OSs

Aug. 11, 2012
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Rustyedge
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I've been a gogger for two years and I'd love to see the X-com series available from the good ol' boys at GOG. Bring it on!!

Jun. 23, 2012
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HipsterWalrus34
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I'm surprised that none of the classic installments of the X-COM are available on GOG.com to this day considering that the "new trilogy" is available for quite some time.

Jun. 21, 2012
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ginsengsamurai
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Loved this game! Will buy for sure!

May. 30, 2012
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iuliand
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http://www.mobygames.com/game/x-com-terror-from-the-deep

Apr. 12, 2012
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iuliand
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X-COM: Terror from the Deep is the follow-up to the resource management and tactical combat game X-COM: Enemy Unknown.

Apr. 12, 2012
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