Excerpt: Times have changed over the past 30 years. TV has gotten better, the cost of fuel has increased substantially and Wagon Wheels have definitely gotten smaller (a joke that only my UK friends will get).
Pros: + Fantastic visuals & sound, + Frantic gameplay, + Some nice fan service
Cons: Makes your thumbs sore, Not a massive amount of content
Conclusion: It doesn't take long to blast your way through all of Galaga Legions DX's 10 areas; in that sense, it is a short and easy game. But the real struggle here is for leaderboard domination, which is not so easy.
Pros: Fun shooting action that rewards skill and efficiency, Constantly evolving waves of enemies, Attractive visual options that make good use of classic sprites.
Cons: Little sense of danger, Poor leaderboard integration.
Conclusion: Quem gosta de um jogo bem dinâmico e que passe uma impressão de "modernidade" vai adorar. Vários tipos de interface para escolher incluindo, vintage, hardcore e outras. Modos de tiro incluem o manual e o automático. Mas de uma coisa podem ter certeza. É difícil pacas!
Excerpt: How do you take a concept that is over 20 years old and drag it into the next generation? It’s a hurdle many developers are scratching their heads over, but no one does it better than the very smart folk at Namco Bandai.
Excerpt: For me, it's going to take one hell of a 2D shooter to prize my bleeding eyes away from that other Xbox LIVE Arcade exclusive downloadable 2D shooter, Bizarre's stupendously addictive Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved 2. Is Galaga Legions, the latest in the 27-year-old (dear God!
Excerpt: Galaga Legions was one of lesser known, and least appreciated games to come out of Xbox Live’s ‘Summer of Arcade’. A revamp of the arcade classic, Galaga Legions tasks you with destroying wave after wave of enemy spacecraft.