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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 791d ago | review

DieHardGameFan: XCOM: Slingshot Review

DieHardGameFan: Times certainly change; while back in the days when the original X-Com: UFO Defense was making the rounds your options were generally full sequels, expansion packs or mods, these days developers can just dump some DLC into the game and off you go. XCOM: Enemy Unknown is no different, as Firaxis has indicated that they’ve got a few DLC packs in mind for the game, which immediately sparked interest among fans. While it’s unlikely anyone is really expecting Firaxis to give us a full-on Terror From the Deep styled expansion, despite the odd comments to that effect here and there, it’s entirely possible for them to add in new alien types, weapons, powers and more with little effort, so the idea that this could be a reality was interesting. (Xbox 360, XCOM: Enemy Unknown) -

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