It's basically a good game but if you already have Enemy Unknown not ...
A. Slizewski, Amazon
8 December 2014
Summary: It's basically a good game but if you already have Enemy Unknown not really worth it. The plot is 90% exactly the same. They added a little chrome with a splinter faction of agents you have to fight occasionally but they're easy fights and the basic plot and encounters from are the same from the previous game.
Didn't really see a big difference in game play or story.
27 August 2014
Summary: For the price paid (back when it wasn't a sale item), felt that it didn't really add that much to the experience. A couple cutscenes and some different gear. Didn't really extend the story or even game play much.
steam code worked fine. ew seemed to break xcom for me though
2 July 2014
Summary: steam code worked fine. ew seemed to break xcom for me though. have not been able to play as title does not launch. this and dishonored are the only steam games I own with this frustrating problem.
Summary: Good DLC for Enemy Unknown since it provides a FEW extra missions and character mods. Would be nicer if there were more missions, and if the missions didn't require a restart of the game with new rookie characters.
Summary: It just doesn't add enough to the main campaign or combat to justify $30, much less $15. Personally I feel as if they should've started with a brand new campaign and took it from there, this is just more of the same with some added fluff.
Summary: Nothing more to say - you buy it because you think it's going continue the story, but it's just a remake. Better than it was before by some small degree, but if you knew then what you know by the end - would you still bother?