Steam has made available the demo for X-COM: Enemy Unknown, where this demo works on the PC platform at the moment, sporting a couple of tutorial missions. Not only that, we do know that the demo too, will arrive on both Xbox 360 and PS3 platforms ‘soon’, although we are rather wary of that word since it is extremely relative. 2K Games announced that this particular demo will offer a couple of levels from the single-player campaign, where players will be introduced to the nuances of combat controls as well as the X-COM base which primarily sees action for soldier training and to research alien technology.
For those of you who actually played MicroProse’s classic turn-based strategy series in the past, back when games still came on floppy disks, you might want to check out the demo of X-COM: Enemy Unknown in order to see how this contemporary update has managed to roll back the years, making you wish that games these days come with the kind of imaginative wonder back then. The full copy of X-COM: Enemy Unknown will arrive at retail stores on October 12th on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC platforms.
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