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  • Blog Post: XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review- A love letter to strategy gamers

    In this day and age where games cost more than ever to make and titles like Call of Duty and copycats take the market by storm, you won’t often see publishers taking chances with new games or reviving old franchises in a modern market. Reboots of classic games like Syndicate pop up occasionally... More
  • Blog Post: Easy to become attatched!

    As the title says, it is easy to become attached to this game-- and more importantly, the soldiers/characters you create. I went in to the game thinking that it would be relatively easy to keep my favored soldiers alive, oh boy I was wrong! Losing people left and right on what would be deemed an easier... More
  • Blog Post: Xcom Review - Good Men Will Die.

    Xcom is a game that I have been looking forward to for some time. I have never been great at strategy games, but this one grabbed my attention from the first time I started reading about it. While my wife scoffed at the idea of aliens attacking Earth, cliched and what have you, I thought more about the... More
  • Blog Post: Preapre To Lose Troops

    First off, I am not much of a strategy player. I do not own a high end PC, so I can't enjoy such hits as Star Craft and Warhammer, and whenever a console RTS rolls around, I tend to fail miserably at it. However, when I first heard about XCOM: Enemy Unknown, something caught my eye. I at first passed... More
  • Blog Post: Review- XCOM: Enemies Unknown

    A game that finally allows the player to exercise their right to carefully, and meticulously kill everyone on their team. XCOM is a strategy game which allows the player to be the commander of a paramilitary organization whose sole purpose is to eradicate the evil, invading aliens. As the commander you... More
  • Blog Post: XCOM: Enemies unknown

    This had got to be one of the great strategy games of our generation. At its core it has a lot of RPG groundwork. The missions are diverse enough to keep you going through multiple playthroughs, and are so gripping! customize individual loadouts, manage invintory, objectives, and finances, all while... More
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