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XCOM: Enemy Unknown
The Work of Retards
on July 14, 2014 at 03:47 AM
Wow. Where to begin with this one? It seems like the disgusting abomination they call "xcom" was built with a very specific audience in mind. Namely those mentally challenged individuals who spend their lives banging the broadside of their skulls against a wall for no other reason other than...
Why Do I Even Bother?
on October 22, 2013 at 10:29 PM
XCOM: Enemy Unknown. You've only got yourselves to blame 2K -- or I guess, more accurately, Firaxis. Or you know what, even more accurately, XCOM fans. You all had to complain about a perfectly good game that could have provided some variety to the shooter genre and potentially been a great hybrid...
Don't get the PC verison
on April 27, 2013 at 10:48 PM
I'm keeping this short and to the point. This is the most awful, buggy, unpolished PC port I think I've ever played -- I've played movie tie-in games with less bugs. The game glitched out nuts both just randomly in a mission and when I tried to change the resolutions. I tried it on two different...
XCOM: Enemy Unknown Review- A love letter to strategy gamers
on March 03, 2013 at 07:59 AM
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...
Decisions with Lasting Consequences
Orochisama LEVON, Spectre
on February 17, 2013 at 10:02 PM
I've just visited the Memorial in the Barracks of the XCOM headquarters. I pause as the music plays to honor the soldiers that have passed in the war for Humanity's survival, and reminisce on my memories with them, however long or short. One of them is a Russian Corporal who specialized in Assault...
The Rebirth of One of the Greatest Strategy Titles of All Time
on February 12, 2013 at 05:15 PM
I can’t say I’ve ever been a fan of the strategy genre. Sure, I have fond memories of a few select titles, but until I killed my first sectoid in XCOM:Enemy Unknown, I never experienced such a great, wholesome strategy game in my time as a gamer. The tough choices you make on and off the...
A well-executed turn base title
on January 22, 2013 at 10:24 AM
When I first put this game in, I honestly didn't expect much. I thought it would be a stereotypical alien game with little green men and stuff like that. Not to mention that the whole turn base thing sorta scares me off. I got it because people were ranting endlessly about how it was so good. So...
Easy to become attatched!
on January 06, 2013 at 05:43 PM
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...
RFXRage's Review of Xcom: Enemy Unknown
on November 25, 2012 at 12:28 PM
Xcom: Enemy Unknown is one of those games that is immensely fun to play, but terribly frustrating other times. What gives Xcom such an advantage over other strategy games is the uniqueness that it possesses. Turn based strategy has become a dying genre being replaced by the ever increasing real time...
XCOM Enemy Unknown Review: Wanna Feel Like MIB?
on October 30, 2012 at 09:15 AM
For the first time in a long time a game that has promised so much has actually made good in its delivery. For those (like myself) unfamiliar with the XCOM IP, the most recent installation is a reboot that harkens back to the nostalgia of many gamers before me. Hoping to stay as true to the original...
Preapre To Lose Troops
Protheans r us
on October 29, 2012 at 01:46 PM
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...
Review- XCOM: Enemies Unknown
on October 24, 2012 at 04:46 PM
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...
My Memories of Youth Remain Unsullied with XCOM: Enemy Unknown
Brian Seavey (Noobtubin8er)
on October 19, 2012 at 12:18 PM
XCOM has a special place in my heart. I have fond memories of installing the original game as well as its "sequel" Terror from the Deep on my assigned computer in a high school class and doing nothing but blast away aliens, ignoring the instructor and his terrible lectures. Because of this...
Xcom:Enemy Unknown --- Party in my Space Pants,,, wanna come?
on October 15, 2012 at 07:04 PM
I am not a huge fan of turn based games, I hate waiting my turn, waiting sucks, thats what you do when your old, and ready to die. Im a young stud of a gamer, and want that fast around the block action, ya digg playa play?? Even though this is not a run in gun, free run shooter, its still action packed...
XCOM: Enemies unknown
on October 12, 2012 at 05:30 PM
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...
XCOM: Enemy Unknown is a Dramatic and Strategic Success!
on October 12, 2012 at 11:09 AM
Imagine playing the single-player campaign in the Call of Duty or Modern Warfare franchise and actually being emotionally invested in whether or not your squad mates live to fight another day. Soldiers under your command in XCOM may become panicked when pinned under fire, or wounded so badly that they...
Scored way too high...
on October 10, 2012 at 11:53 AM
I'm not sure why this game got such good reviews. I thought it really just was bad in many aspects. First of all, the graphics feel very outdated, like you're playing game from 2005. Second, it provides little in entertainment and runs at a very slow pace. The voice acting could have been better...
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