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XCOM 2 review
Punishing and precise, Firaxis has created one of the most demanding strategy titles ever.
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The economy is, to all intents and purposes, identical to Gran Turismo 5's - prize cars aren't handed out quite so generously, but payouts are on a similar scale while car prices likewise remain frozen.
Seasonals are back, though right now the payouts are paltry in comparison to their predecessors, meaning the grind that faces players just before they unlock Gran Turismo 6's final tier is daunting.
The grind of Gran Turismo already looks to be broken by the inclusion, for the first time in the series, of microtransactions in GT6, and it's a trend that's set to continue well into the next generation of games. It's one that will carry on, as well, until companies realise it's a disrespectful, dishonest practice...
as balanced a view as possible
understanding who the game is made for and whether those people would enjoy it
my review would be useless as it gives no indication whether said (football) game was a good entry within the genre
unbiased piece of journalism
reviewed... with the target audience in mind
I just find the way she does it completely unworthy of a place on this site.
This game never intended to be an argument in any political issue; the only purpose there was to be silly and funny.
The irony is that the same people defending this game are the same people who flood THOSE threads defending that bollocks too.
surely the reviewer should be someone who would enjoy the game if it was good
...$30 billion that is staggering. That figure is after tax...
a handful of specific plant types are kept behind a micro-transaction paywall ... like the Squash, the Snow Pea and the Jalapeno
or [you] can pay a couple of real-world dollars to advance instead
new recruits include a Power Lily ... (you'll need to spend real-world cash to unlock this guy)
But I really feel that people look for and assume the absolute worst when it comes to Microsoft
Windows Phone head Terry Myerson will head OS, which includes the flagship Windows, as well as Xbox software and systems; Windows co-head Julie Larson-Green will be in charge of all hardware development, including Surface and Xbox, as well as all games, music, video and other entertainment
There's nothing wrong with stories about men, and how they are changed by the things they go through.