Summary: The seller was ElectricEmporium. I paid 7 bucks including shipping. The game installed just fine on Windows XP Home SP3. This is a Steam game, so once you install it, you cannot sell it. Positive things: * good graphics * good voice acting * dialogue wheel * configurable controls * controls were easy to use * cover system worked well * story seemed interesting Negative things: * too much strong language The dialogue wheel and cover system were similar to Mass Effect.
Summary: Loved Mass Effect? Love even more XCOM? Well, this one is a mixture of those two games and it will deliver a good experience. It has a quite superficial story, featuring just a few side missions but it sure delivers a good time in the 20 hour you'll spend here. And if you are worried about how the storyline connects with the XCOM: Enemy Unknow, calm down, it doesn't! This game is a spin-off and non-related to its other strategic games counterparts.
Summary: It is greatly different from the first XCOM game. This one is more of a third person shooter than a strategy. Good visuals and game play. While it is not open world or sandbox, it certainly has more of a free roam effect to it, and you can take and accept missions as you please. The only reason for the three stars, is because it is not my type of game.
Summary: First of all, it’s a Steam game so it sucks big time: Even if you bought the DVD you’ll need an internet connection, you’ll be forced to install the Steam platform and spend hours downloading the Steam owned game content; from now on, you’ll need to be connected to the internet and Steam will decide if you play the game or not.