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Remake of Ufo:Defense by Firaxis
Wait no, I misclicked, I thought it said X-Com. I'm all for X-Com: Ufo Defense or UFO: Enemy Unknown.
It would be nice to see the original here on gog!
Perhaps GOG could get the more recent version and bundle all the old X-Com games with it as a freebie. That would be more GOG's style :)
Everyone, just check http://openxcom.org/
Xenonauts. Getting closer >;)
Wow, I'm actually surprised there is not one single XCOM game on GoG at all. I just checked. Not the new ones, not the classic ones. I'm sorta blown away by that. That needs fixin'.
I actually own this (and its DLC) already, but if it showed up on GOG I would probably buy it again, definitely if the DLC were also available.
Well, I did play it through twice and I consider myself a true "old" 1993 XCOM/Ufo Defense veteran (played once every single year between 1998 and 2013), and I had lots of fun (and frustration) with UFO Aftermath and Aftershock from Altar (which I did not buy here, because as a Czech person I have original DVDs from the days the games were first published - but I really thank you for getting them here on GOG;)). And I have to say the game mechanics and the pressure on the player are awesome - and I expect that Enemy Within takes it on a new level - but it is not a good old game:) I would really be much much happier if you put here the original XCOM, maybe with Terror from the Deep;) (don't bother yourselves with Apocalypse and the other sequels). DosBox in small window is not the best way to play it...
Great game. Criticised for being a little dumbed down for larger markets, which is perhaps fair, but XCOM:EU still presents an excellent turn-based strategy game. It's very highly focused on balancing a small number of variables - a bit like Starcraft 2, in that sense. A lot of fans wanted to see more tech, more strategic options (like crouch/prone), a less restrictive AP system, randomised maps, and so on. But a lot of those things wouldn't make the game materially better. I think Firaxis deserve great praise for re-inventing an old game and making it work in a modern context. I've been blogging about XCOM: EU, sharing tips, tricks, stories and design critiques. Anyone interested can check it out here: http://goo.gl/Q1nXGJ (redirects to PCGamerHub.com, URL shortener used so I can track where hits are coming from!)
Dear voters: this request is for the Firaxis game that resembles Incubation: Time is running out, not the true UFO in MCGA graphics. Not that Incubation is bad, but it's something else completely.
I have to say after trying this game out, I found it rather boring, limited game play options, shallow game play way to simplified. Only improvement this game had was the graphics, everything else was just meh.. And ofcourse the steam only requirement pretty much killed it totally.
The xcom makers feed off the old ideas without hesitation, but take the insolence to slap unacceptable new copy protection mechanisms on the game. Time for GOG to step in. You can't appeal to the old crew without acknowledging the freedom games meant in the past.
Without the DRM i would definitely buy this,
I agree with Nicole28 here, I've been playing exclusively PC games long before companies worked to control how you buy and play them. It's this history that has me very critical of the various digital distribution clients, that act as third person exclusivity markets for their respective companies. Whereas with GOG, I still get the same feeling of buying a game like I did back when I used to go to the now mostly defunct retail stores. They respect their customers, and every occasional purchase I make reinforces that notion that I actually own the product I paid for.
As for this game, I'm a fan of the original and Apocalypse especially but I'll wait until it (hopefully) arrives on GOG.
This new game looks great thanks to Unreal Engine. It is hardly Good <OLD> Game, but I bought it on Steam (preordered actually) and I recommend it a lot. With addition of Second Wind that was planned by developers and unlocked by Nexus modding forums - it has some nice replayability value too. Multiplayer is just a nice addition, not needed for anything at all, and can be frustrating at times (assault with top shotgun and ghost armor most rounds or cyberdisc ownage?) But to wrap it up, I liked it more than Dishonored (had to choose since both had same release day and I preordered both. XCOM suprisingly (to me) won the fight easily.)
I tried a game and it aside from upleasantly close camera, I greatly enjoyed it. If it appears here, I'm immediately buying. Of course, if it means year or two after release date, I don't expect it to have release price tag $50.
I don't know? To respect the paying consumer for once? Currently, pirates get to simply install a game, and after some fixes, play it and own the game for life. Whilst us who pay, get all sorts of DRM, from Steam, Origin, Tages, Securom to GDWL shoved down our computers, and as a bonus, install limits, plus the companies can switch-kill the games from our accounts anytime. This is entirely stupid if you ask me.
That's not possible lol. A new game DRM free? Why would publishers want to do something like that?
What about XCOM: Enemy Known? That was just simply an underrated gem if you ask me!
I didn't hear about the game until it came out - thus missing the pre-order. I would love to buy it from GoG!
Without DRM I'm willing to pay the full price for XCOM: Enemy Unknown but with Steamworks I will wait till it will be on a steam deal that is much bether then what they curent offer in Preorder.
* typo: willing to buy it here :)
I'm interested in this game and willing to play it but I want to try a demo first.
This game is scheduled for release on 9 October 2012. I would love to be able to buy it from GOG. Official site: http://www.xcom.com/enemyunknown/index.php