Alastair at GameSpew writes "Galak-Z: The Dimensional is a 2D shooter combining frantic dogfighting action with strategy and guile. Heavily inspired by Japanese anime sci-fi, it’s a slick, creative experience that rewards intelligent gamers who know when to fire their blasters and when to run.
Styled like a TV series, Galak-Z plays out over five seasons, each with five individual episodes. Currently, there are only four seasons available; the fifth is scheduled to be released at a later date. You take on the role of A-Tak, rookie pilot of the nimble ship “Galak-Z”. The story is suitably epic: as mankind’s last remaining hope, it’s up to you to defeat the evil imperial empire and save the world. This game makes no secret of being a love letter to classic anime; your ship even transforms (complete with that awesome transformer sound) into a giant sword-swinging mech. The vivid cell-shaded cartoon visuals are excellent, and combined with an original soundtrack featuring pulses of electro-synth and squealing electric guitar solos, developer 17-Bit has successfully captured the spirit of a successful anime series – to me, it feels like a cross between Gundam and R-Type."