Marvel’s Midnight Suns already offers great turn-based battles and killer bookshelf shopping

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Marvel may be the name up top, but my first few hours with Midnight Suns has proved a brisk reminder of everything I love about Firaxis games – particularly the part of Firaxis that makes XCOM. For one thing, there’s tactical depth on the battlefield, which leaves you with plenty of options for getting out of jams, or accidentally getting into them. There are upgrade choices that leave you frowning as you pick and choose, not between what you desperately want, but…

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