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Submitted by creeping judas 707d ago | review

XCOM: Enemy Unknown (Xbox 360) Review By Canadian Online Gamers

Canadian Online Gamers - "It has been a little while since I sat down with a decent turn based game. The last time I enjoyed a game of this nature was April 2011 when I sank my teeth into Ghost Recon Shadow Wars for the 3DS. At the time I considered it a must own for fans of turn based games and 3DS owners alike. I certainly acknowledged it was not for everybody; however, at the time I suggested that many should check out the game if they were a 3DS owner and looking for a good turn based experience. Well much like back then here I am today recommending fans of turn-based games pick up another title, but this time it is XCOM: Enemy Unknown for the Xbox 360. This game will not only satisfy fans of the genre, but it should appease anyone looking for a deep and engaging strategic experience." (Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown) 90/100

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