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Submitted by buckley 600d ago | review

XCOM: Enemy Within review [Lazygamer]

Matt Buckley: "Firaxis could easily have made us wait for a full-fledged sequel to XCOM: Enemy Unknown. But with Enemy Within, we’re introduced to a vast array of features that legitimately change the way the game is played — at half the cost of a fully priced title. It truly earns the moniker of “expansion,” and fans of the core game would be remiss to pass on it. For the rest of you who haven’t yet experienced the punishing yet rewarding gameplay of XCOM, there has never been a better time to jump in." (PC, XCOM: Enemy Within) 9/10

joab777  +   600d ago
Sounds like it could hav been an entirely new game. I am super excited but I wonder if they hav started a next gen title. Cant wait to see how new additions will b used. It will b awesome to record gameplay and share different strategies with others.
buckley  +   599d ago
Agreed. It's really impressive how well their gameplay translated to consoles in the first place, so it'd be really cool to see what they'll do with next-gen.

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