The lights are on
During the recent PAX convention, Firaxis got together with television
personality Geoff Keighley, behind a table and in front of a crowd, to
discuss the development of its upcoming alien-fighting strategy game,
XCOM: Enemy Unkown. If you weren't lucky enough to attend the panel in person, you
can now check it out in its entirety online.
The panel is called, "A Thousand Stupid Ideas on the Road to Glory," and during it XCOM's four leads discuss the ideas that came up during development, and which ones were dumb enough to get cut. You will also get a chance to see a few early builds of the game that had not been seen before the panel.
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is coming to PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC on October 9.
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Wow, that's a long panel haha! I really need a demo for this game, even if it's not to my liking, I still want to try a game like this that you don't see very often.
Can't wait until October 9th
Preordering on steam this weekend. also, awesome name for a panel.
In the words of the immortal Bart Scott...
Man i would love to become a game designer... looks rough but very very satisfying
This was awsome.. and funny :)
Cooool! I really wanna play this game.
This was an awesome panel to watch. I love when developers show us this behind-the-scenes stuff. It really makes me appreciate the final product more.
Guess that's cool.