Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 999d ago | review

Drox Operative Review | Hooked Gamers

Hooked Gamers write:

"I’m always in for new gaming experiences and more often than not, the freshest ones come from the indie scene. Soldak Entertainment has been part of the Indie scene even before it was called the indie scene and they have a number of small but fun games under their belt. With Drox Operative, they move away from the fantasy setting that has brought them some measure of success and embrace sci-fi in its place. Yet Soldak is not treading completely new ground. Their extensive experience with Role-Playing mechanics was brought over to build Drox Operative, along with the focus on action that their previous titles are known for. Had it not been for some mindboggling choices, it all might have worked out just fine." (Drox Operative, PC) 6.1/10

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