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Submitted by Cyrus365 2344d ago | preview

UGO: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix Hands-on Preview

UGO writes: "Addiction, thy name is Puzzle Quest. Last week we sat down with some folks from D3 Publisher for an updated look at Infinite Interactive's Puzzle Quest: Galactrix. Even in an unfinished state, it's glorious. There are temp visuals all over the place, inaccessible locations and the expected balancing still to be done, but the core gameplay is there. Between a far-ranging story, a massive galaxy to explore, a full-blown trade-based economy and minigame puzzles connected to a variety of different growth-based activities, it's clear after even a (too-)brief demo that Galactrix surpasses the depth of its sword & sorcery predecessor by several orders of magnitude." (Nintendo DS, PC, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix)

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