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Universe at War: Earth Assault Latest News - Xbox 360

Game Description:An alien race has invaded Earth, and the final outcome is your choice – will you help the aliens conquer our planet, or aid the humans in a desperate fight for survival? Break the mold in an all-new sci-fi strategy game which allows you to change your tech tree, swap out weaponry, and even re-train units while they're engaged to thwart your enemy and turn the tide of battle. Large, beautiful environments remain persistent, so that city you leveled will remain a smoking ruin, but be aware you're fighting close to home. Battles will take place on Earth with familiar landmarks. Special hero units will lead your forces into battle and introduce a fast-paced tactical battle system.
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Universe at War: Earth Assault News

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  • Free Online Play For Three Xbox 360 Titles

    Microsoft has confirmed through Shack News that Xbox Live Silver members are now able to play three titles online, a feature which is reserved for Gold members. The following titles are: Lost Planet: Colonies Edition Universe At War Shadowrun This decision may link to the recent significant changes on Microsoft's Windows LIVE...

    Posted July 28, 2008| 26 Comments

    Free Online Play For Three Xbox 360 Titles
  • Universe at War: Earth Assault (360) Review

    Posted: April 9, 2008

    13,935 Views | 02:11 | 9 Comments

  • Universe at War: Earth Assault Preview

    Posted: November 19, 2007

    4,717 Views | 02:44

 


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