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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 599d ago | review

Ginx-XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review

GX:When Aliens invade, it won’t be the grunts that save earth. It won’t be the space marines, the super soldiers, or the ruggedly attractive heroes; It will be the managers. Armed with spreadsheets and battle-plans, these tacticians, these obsessive organisers, will be the last line of defense for humanity. At least, that’s what XCOM: Enemy Unknown has led us to believe. We have fought plasma with planning, middle-managed monsters, and faced the great mysteries of space with clipboards in hand… and we’ve loved every minute of it! Here's our review (PC, PS3, Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown) -

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aim4dabushiz  +   599d ago
this game was very fun but also very unforgivin, luckily you can save at anytime because that saved me plenty
josephayal  +   599d ago
My goty so far

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