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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 997d ago | review

Carrier Command: Gaea Mission Review | Xboxer360

Phil Kowalski: "I’d like to, if I may, take you back in time. Back to a time of green screen monitors, Amstrad home computers and a game that was critically acclaimed to be the number 1 title of 1988. That game was the original Carrier Command and although I didn’t have the opportunity to play it at the time (I was too busy playing Chuckie Egg) it caused ripples in strategy gaming circles that can be seen in modern games even now. There have been a few attempts to resurrect this gaming ethos and it has spawned a number of spin-off books and fan-fiction, but now, Bohemia Interactive and Mastertronic have brought the IP kicking and screaming into the modern age, but is it as good as it used to be?" (Carrier Command: Gaea Mission, Xbox 360) -

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