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X-COM: Enforcer

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X-COM: Enforcer review

Reviewed June 05, 2009

Suskie says: "Iím in a habit of paying no attention to Steamís frequent pop-up advertisements that bring to light the various discounts the service offers on games I generally donít care about, but the announcement that all five titles in the renowned X-COM series would be available for something like fifteen dollars was difficult to ignore. That purchase was supposed to be my gateway to a series that Iíve been meaning to catch up on for quite some time, given that itís rooted in a genre Iím fond of: t..."
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