XCOM doesn't often get lauded on stellar character work, but 'Chimera Squad' shows that Firaxis has the chops to do fun interpersonal narratives.
We know what you're going to say about the Head from 'Headlander.' Trust us. We know. We just disagree, fundamentally.
Firaxis Games' sequel to 2012's "Enemy Unknown" is brilliant and unforgiving.
From robot dinosaurs to realistic boob physics, via supernatural assassins and sexy math-made sci-fi worlds, this is basically gaming for the next 12 months.
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The planet isn't the way you left it in "Enemy Unknown"—the aliens have invaded, and now the line between "good" and "bad" is looking decidedly blurry.