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A long time ago, say 10 roughly, I played a game I liked, called X-COM: Apocalypse (last of the X-COM, RIP). And I very much liked the game system of the serie with several bases, global research squad and so on.

Will Cartel have somewhat the same gameplay as X-COM apocalypse? (One town, several ware houses, and strategical vehicule fights, not forgetting reputation between entities in the city)
 

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If they are going to make it similar to the original Syndicate (and I bet they are), it's bound to be in the same genre as X-Com or Jagged Alliance games. The only difference here would be the fact that Syndicate was real-time not turn-based like the other two, but that's not a game-breaking difference.

I hope they go whole-world though, I much preferred whole-world X-Coms too.