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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 480d ago | review

Escapist- XCOM: Enemy Within Review

Escapist:The temptation to just keep throwing more "stuff" into a strategy game can be very strong. More options! More maps! More items! It's better because it's more, you see? Firaxis scored a modest hit by revamping the old XCOM franchise with Enemy Unknown last year and, like many modest hits, publisher 2K was keen to keep revenue flowing with an expansion. Thankfully, the team at Firaxis didn't just toss the kitchen sink into the elegant balance between base-building strategy and turn-based tactics, but gave the player significant choices to make in Enemy Within. All of the fun new toys, however, do work a bit against the game's biggest flaw - after a certain point of advancement, the challenge and satisfaction of snuffing aliens dissipates quickly.
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