70°
Submitted by RonaldRaygun 562d ago | review

XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review | Daily Mail

Tense, terrific and emotionally charged, XCOM: Enemy Unknown is unlike any game of recent times. Part turn-based shooter, part crisis management simulator, XCOM follows on from the 1994 classic, XCOM: UFO Defence. However, developers Firaxis have managed to successfully evolve the gameplay while staying respectful to its roots. (PC, PS3, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown) 5/5

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories

JoJo's Bizarre Adventure All Star Battle first look video

3m ago - A video which looks at the opening moments of Bandai Namco Games' madcap fighting game on the PS3... | PS3
20°

Soul Calibur: Lost Swords on new-gen consoles? "Yeah, why not!" says Masaaki Hoshino

3m ago - GR-UK writes: Lost Swords marks the next entry in the famous fighting series, and it was just lau... | PS3

Mario Golf: World Tour Review – Back on the Dance Floor | TechnoBuffalo

4m ago - Mario Golf: World Tour is easily the best sporting effort from Camelot in a long time. | 3DS
10°

Even Hearthstone runs on Unity — and that’s why it’s already on iPad (interview)

4m ago - When Blizzard first showed off Hearthstone on the iPad , production director Jason Chayes and pro... | PC
Ad

Enter to Win a PS4 and More!

Now - We are buying one lucky N4Ger a PS4 just for commenting on any N4G story! | Promoted post

Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS) Review | Nintendo Life

4m ago - There's little doubt that this could be a long-tail game for 3DS owners. The core content and Mii... | 3DS
Related content from friends