Laser Squad Nemesis blasts into stores
Turn-based sci-fi strategy game from Codo Games touches down on PCs; game can be played over e-mail or against AI.
Copublishers Got Game Entertainment and Merscom today announced that Laser Squad Nemesis is now available in stores for the PC. The game combines real-time strategy with turn-based combat and was developed by brothers Julian and Nick Gollop (aka Codo Games), creators of the X-Com series.
In Laser Squad Nemesis, players amass their armies and establish strategies. Then they pit their tactics against either computer-controlled opponents or human opposition, via e-mail. The US version features more than 20 missions and a free three-month subscription to new downloadable content.
Gamers looking to test their hands at the game can download the single-player demo at GameSpot DLX.
Laser Squad Nemesis is rated T for Teen and sells for $19.99.
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