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I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 10 years later, laugh... I'll be looking into XCOMUFO.COM's Project Xenocide once I get my fill of the original - AGAIN!
 
I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 10 years later, laugh... I'll be looking into XCOMUFO.COM's Project Xenocide once I get my fill of the original - AGAIN!
   
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Currently wrapping up soldier experience vs. skill increases. Anybody who has followed (Recent) [[Special:Recent Changes|Changes]] to watch what I edit, knows I think way too much about way too little. There's a quip about people with Ph.Ds.: they study more and more, about a more and more focussed topic, until finally they know everything there is to know, about nothing at all. lol
Currently wrapping up soldier experience vs. skill increases.
 
   
Email me at mikestar@speedfactory.net
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Age: 46. Location: Atlanta GA USA. Email me at mikestar@speedfactory.net

Revision as of 04:36, 8 October 2005

I loved XCOM in the mid 1990s, and came back to it in mid 2005. A truly great game that works many simple but effective concepts together, to make a really cool overall experience. Including the music, of course! I hope someone can match it now, 10 years later, laugh... I'll be looking into XCOMUFO.COM's Project Xenocide once I get my fill of the original - AGAIN!

Currently wrapping up soldier experience vs. skill increases. Anybody who has followed (Recent) Changes to watch what I edit, knows I think way too much about way too little. There's a quip about people with Ph.Ds.: they study more and more, about a more and more focussed topic, until finally they know everything there is to know, about nothing at all. lol

Age: 46. Location: Atlanta GA USA. Email me at mikestar@speedfactory.net