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Submitted by srobertron 847d ago | review

Drox Operative (A HalfBeard's HUD Review)

2012 was a big year for the action RPG and Drox Operative warp-drived into existence at the very last minute to be part of it. Don’t allow your click-weary, loot collecting index finger to let you down because it thinks you have already had your fill of ARPG’s this year. I can assure you Drox Operative has saved the most original, alive and interesting experience till last. Forget swords and shields, magic and skeletons, Drox Operative is the first ARPG to be set in the final frontier; the cold, unforgiving vacuum of space. I don’t mean space explored as a marine blasting his way through the corridors of a spaceship or an unexplored planet. No, you’re literally a space ship and the randomly generated solar systems of Drox Operative are so alive with dynamic intergalactic drama that it simply puts the static fantasy worlds of other ARPS’s to shame. (Drox Operative, PC) 4/5

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