Yesterday DualShockers reported that 2K Games’ “Advent” teaser site is actually for a new XCOM game, and today further “hacking” revealed a counter, pointing to the official reveal of the game, coming in two days, meaning on Monday.
It should be announced today via 'Monthly Report' by the council! Panic: - - - - -
meh.. rather it have been a new Bioshock tbh.
No one cares about XCom. The people have spoken, the industry has spoken, and the sales have spoken and they've all said the series is rubbish.
Pity we cannot burst your bubble ;)
"No one cares about XCom." Clearly not true. http://n4g.com/news/1733560...
I didn't think too much about it till I got it free on PS+ Enemy Unknown is one of the funnest experiences I've had playing on the PS3 with friends (tied with Dead Nation) It may not have the hype of big games, but it has the experience to make it memorable. I can say that I for one will be preordering it for my PS4
Um....sorry but you are wrong. X-Com Enemy Unknown did well enough to garner not only a huge add on that sold separately called Enemy Within, but it also earned more than enough money and a big enough fan base to warrant a sequel. That doesn't happen if sales, fans, and the industry all say otherwise. For someone that calls themself "gamerfan" you seem to be out of touch with the gaming world.
This would be so awesome on Vita.
I know! Too bad it's almost certain not to happen. : /
Just like everything else right?
Enemy unknown was brilliant. Cant wait.
Pretty excited for this.
I havent played Xcom before. Should I be excited for this?
This news, coupled with a potential Fallout 4 announcement at E3 mean I havent been this excited in years. God its good to be a gamer.
sweet..XCOM is the business..
awesome news, EU is so addictive, I couldnt put it down
I don't usually play strategy games but x-com was awesome. So it is quite good news. It's probably a time to start previous one again with enemy within dlc.
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