I love XCOM 2 and have got pretty good at it over the years. All that experience didn’t make winning at Long War 2 (a semi-official full-conversion mod for the game) any easier though. Lots of failure and knuckle-biting near misses meant it’s taken me a while to win a campaign. There were loads of things I’d wish I’d known before I started that would either have made it easier or made some of the choices I was making clearer. So here’s a dump of all my hard-won experience; it might help you survive a few months longer…. Continue reading “XCOM 2: Long War 2 Guide and Tips (Spoiler-Free)”
I’ve recently moved house and have a bit less space for my work / play desk (a huge, deep table-top). Additionally, I’ve been doing a lot more typing on it (loads of PowerShell in my current job!) and I’ve been finding it more uncomfortable sitting at it typing for long periods.
Last, I’ve recently gotten a large, wide-screen monitor and it’s footprint was eating up a large amount of the desk-space I had.
So, after a bit of reading and hunting around, I got myself an Obutto Revolution. Continue reading “Obutto Revolution Desk / Cockpit Review + Construction Tips”
After many restarts and dismal failures I did it ; Legendary Ironman XCOM 2 complete!
It’s a lot of fun; you always feel you’re close to death (at least at the beginning of the game) and the tension really gives you that “against all odds” vibe. I’ve collated some tips to help you retain some sanity when you start Operation Gatecrasher for the tenth time.
I’ve written a similar guide for Long War 2, here.