Having to use steam to download and play took the fun out of it. Not a fan of steam.
A Dark Knight, Amazon
24 September 2014
Summary: First I love the Genre and love the game. However I hate Steam. I did not learn that I had to install steam to download and play the game until after the purchase. If I had known I would never have purchased through Amazon. I won't make that mistake in the future.
Summary: A short, bite-sized DLC that's not necessary by any means but adds some diversity if you are replaying the campaign for the 3rd or 4th time. Not big enough to be mandatory, so only recommended to the hardcore fans.
The interface is pretty clunky, but you do get used to it after a while.
1 March 2014
Summary: My primary gripe is that the interface only displays the view from 4, 90 degree, angles. That is, you press a button to rotate the view around you and if you do that 4 times, you are back to the original viewpoint.
Summary: The plus side with Slingshot is you get a heck of a good operative and a fairly interesting set of new missions. That said for what this DLC offers its base price is a touch spendy, I got it on sale and have no regrets, but I would not have paid full price as the content is not that rich as compared...
It would have been an awesome game if not for all the bugs
25 December 2013
Summary: My title says it all. It would have been an awesome game if not for all the bugs. On my first run I got to half the game and the savegame got corrupted and I had to start all over. On my second run I took precautions and I got to the very ending...
Summary: This DLC should be half the price it is. It only allows the ability for you to customize the armor and helmets/retro haircut on the soldiers. Now I do think this is a nice added feature and most may find it so when viewing your soldiers on the map if you made them all a different color.
Summary: I would have given it a higher rating because I like the added customization, but to fully unlock it I had to edit the files manually. This should have happened automatically upon installation.
Summary: As an owner of the original DOS version of X-Com: UFO Defense--who skipped Terror From the Deep and went straight to X-Com Apocalypse--XCOM: Enemy Unknown (EU) is both amazing yet a disappointing step backwards.
Summary: If you put your game option on Ironman option and get to the end of the game you may be in for a suprise when you can not finish it and the developers tell you to reload your save..... Ironman you have only one save.