Slingshot adds three good missions to XCOM: Enemy Unknown, but too easily blends into the dozens of hours that surround it.
3 December 2012
Summary: XCOM: Enemy Unknown - Slingshot asks the question: is more of the same enough to satisfy you? If so, and if you don't mind starting a new game from scratch, then you already know what you need to know about the first major downloadable content for this great turn-based strategy game.
Pros: Three new fun, atmospheric missions, Enemy placement and timed objectives lead to tense strategizing
Cons: You have to start a new game to see the content, Adds too little, and is too unmemorable, to justify the cost
Excerpt: Aliens and video games go together as well as Oreos and milk, and yet sometimes, the two alone aren't enough to satisfy your craving. XCOM: Enemy Unknown sounds good in theory; the wonderful developers over at Firaxis games, who are well known for their strategy titles such as the Civilization...