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  1. I am definitely in the "more interested because it has an app" camp. It allows for a lot of things to be done that can't be done with a physical only product, eliminates some upkeep, and adds some ambiance with music, sound effects, etc.
  2. Starting line up seems good and leaves the door open for some great expansion characters.
  3. If it is available on Steam, it should be fully usable in offline mode. Unlike mobile platforms which can occasionally cause older abandoned software not to run after updates, PC games tend to have a very, very long life expectancy. Also, Fantasy Flight has shown a willingness to allow apps to be downloaded directly from their website with XCOM. If they were ever to abandon Steam or the mobile platforms for their app integrated games, it is a safe bet that they would do the same with those applications.
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