Conclusion: Still, the aforementioned niggles are just a minor affair, and as long as you haven’t smoked yourself into a stupor I’m sure the teething issues won’t irritate for too long. You really must try Puzzle Quest: Galactrix as it is one of the best games I’ve played all year. It really is that good.
Excerpt: The Front Mission series is traditionally a turned based affair pitting the player’s squads of walking tanks, known as Wanzers, against groups of computer controlled enemies. The first next generation entry in the long running series swaps out its core gameplay mechanic for a more modern, action...
Excerpt: D3Publisher and Infinite Interactive struck gold when they released Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords on the Nintendo DS and PSP in 2007. The combination fantasy role-playing and 3-match puzzle game turned out to be wildly addictive.
Excerpt: Block puzzle games have evolved drastically over the years. After all, how many times can you line up sets of three or more blocks of the same colour for points before you get bored of the whole concept?
Conclusion: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is the sequel to 2007’s Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords . It is roughly the same sort of game: you battle opponents using match-3 games, you explore numerous locations looking for quests to complete and companions to recruit, and you build up your character so you can...
Summary: I can’t quite put my finger on it- but " Puzzle Quest: Galactrix " just isn’t quite as good as it’s predecessor. It’s a bigger game, with technically better graphics and sound, but it all feels a bit sterile.
Summary: D3Publisher of America's Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, developed by Infinite Interactive, incorporates a powerful blend of casual and hardcore gameplay elements, similar to Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, into an all-new futuristic, science-fiction setting.
Summary: Puzzle Quest Galactrix sounds like a dream come true. I love the epic space battles, cool technology and, most importantly, the first game. So why is it that I can't get into this pseudo-sequel? This is a good second attempt, but I liked the first game better!
Summary: To say that I loved Puzzle Quest: Challenger of the Warlords would be a gross understatement. When I first got the preview build of the PSP game I instantly fell in love, shouting my admiration from the rooftops.