It is tough, even in comparison with X-COM originalThere are a lot of things to seek to remake of X-COM modernHowever, there is no automatic map generation I will be a drawback deployment would be expected at the time of the beginning of the map
The private, (even Japanese and Chinese and Indonesia!) Is perfect if you have a multi-language with Unicode-8 as XCOM remakeI do not really care too much quality of translation itself, but it is welcome If you could add a hand in the translation part
The first Deus Ex mod I played. Architecture is quite nice in the first half (Page Biotech is a visually quite impressive level though, IMO), but in some levels it's rather disappointing (especially Buenos Aires and the Egypt ones).
The gameplay, once again mostly for the first part, is quite loyal to the original game and there's a delightful desire for exploration all around.
In any case, some of the humor and the overall Egyptian aliens plot didn't exactly entice me.
Nevertheless, I recommend you to play ZODIAC!
I had been holding off on playing this mod for quite a while - both due to RL obligations, and due to my skepticism that the addition of another Space Marine faction would add much to the DoW experience.
In the latter regard, my concerns were very conclusively put to rest. The Black Templars mod is a perfect example of what a new race should provide; it brings a new way of playing against the existing factions while providing a unique aesthetic. The templars don't feel like 'just' another bunch of space marines, and the faction has a wonderfully different flavour.
I adore the voice acting. I would go so far as to say that it is one of the things that makes the race FEEL so different to the vanilla space marines. For what some would consider a 'vanilla' mod, there is nothing that feels bland or insipid about it. It even has it's own intro vid for Chrissakes.
The race is fully fleshed out with various 'vows', squad, hero, upgrade and weapon choices, all of which impact meaningfully on the course of battle. On a very dweebish note, it's all entirely fluff-friendly with voice responses referencing the Chapter Primarch, and the UCS descriptions mentioning little facts about the history of some upgrades etc.
I greatly enjoyed this mod and everything it added to the core game.