Summary: If you liked the old XCOM PC games from the 90's, you'll love this redone version. It is true to the original in game mechanics, but changed slightly to flow a bit better. One example is you no longer have a certain number of time points to use as you wish, you have two time slots.
DB "aspiring part time free lance consultant", Amazon
22 October 2013
Summary: Consider my rating 4 1/2 stars. The game is turn-based and nothing happens fast, even the simplest of actions can take time, it requires a lot of patience and time, especially when you want to try and play the perfect scenario. The depth is off the chart, but most of it is in what you don't see, every action has multiple consequences. If you are a gaming perfectionist like I am it can get a little frustrating at times because of the slow play.
Summary: I grew up playing the original X-COM Enemy Unknown, and I spent countless hours on the game. This game brings a lot of the same experiences back, with an updated face and a few new interesting twists and turns. I am really enjoying the game so far.
Summary: The game came with a coupon for DLC that didn't work. But instead of having to contact the seller and fight over money, he just mailed an extra $5 in the package before I even became aware of the problem. Will absolutly make a point to buy from them for all my other games... Also, if you can, get XCOM on the 360. It's pretty glitchy on the PS3. Nothing that's really an issue, just graphical stuff.