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Posted on Friday, August 9 @ 12:15:00 PST by

Nearly 14 minutes long, this live-action promo for The Bureau: XCOM Declassified from 2K Games and 2K Marin hits all the right points for fans of the throwback alien-stomping government agency.

The iconic images, dramatic music, and clean lines make the entire series look fantastic. I never thought I'd want an XCOM film, but there it is. Even a buddy cop formula with decent product values would suffice. The monoliths look great, but I'd love to see more live-action alien stomping.

But who would play the council's deep-voiced dude? You know, "Greetings, commander," and all that? The Bureau: XCOM Declassified will land on store shelves August 20th for Xbox 360, PS3, PC.

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