Summary: FYI: This bundle is one Steam key for all 6 games. Purchased during Amazon's "Countdown to Black Friday Deals Week" starting November 21, 2013. This is offered as information in case somebody already owns some of the games and is considering sharing spare keys. You won't be able to do that.
Solid gameplay but unconvincing story and characters
A. Whitehead "Werthead", Amazon
23 October 2013
Summary: 1962. The Cold War is at its height. In great secrecy, President John F. Kennedy has ordered the founding of the Bureau of Operations and Command, code-named XCOM, which will coordinate the defence of the American homeland in case of a Soviet invasion.
Summary: It's okay, the controls are a bit rigid and not fluid. It feels like it's game where effort wasn't really placed into the experience itself. The story is so-so, overall wasn't great but wasn't terrible.
Summary: I was impressed with the graphics and game mechanics but the game way to short. I played about 15+ hours and completed all the missions. Not a true XCOM successor. I miss the ability to control the science and engineering assignments.
Summary: The original X-Com is one of the greatest games ever. You could run the old DOS version on a 386-processor computer, and I'm still playing the Collector's Edition port to Windows on my 1.3GHz notebook years later. It's not a perfect port, though.