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Submitted by Tolkoto 938d ago | interview

A chat with Nick Pope, XCOM’s real-life UFO investigator (interview)

Depending on your disposition to the idea of a real-life X-Files program, the name Nick Pope may have one of a variety of effects on you. Pope has long been a staple of the ufology scene thanks to his role as a UFO investigator during the 21 years he worked for the the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense. Naturally, he’s now involved in the new XCOM game. (Culture, iPad, iPhone, Nick Pope, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown)

darkronin229  +   938d ago
Sounds like an interesting dude. Might have to look up all those declassified docs.
Sadie2100  +   938d ago
That guy's hair needs to be a little bigger and more frazzled if he wants to be a "UFO investigator."
slivery  +   938d ago
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