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Submitted by s8anicslayer 2171d ago | review

GamersTemple Review: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix

GT writes: "The original Puzzle Quest game was a clever blend of a puzzle game and RPG elements that produced an enjoyable and addicting game. Like an RPG, you had quests, character classes, and new spells and skills to learn as your character reached new levels of experience. However, all of the battles in the game were fought by playing a puzzle game competitively against your current adversary. It certainly helped that the game's puzzle-based battles were played using a variation of the gem-matching game Bejeweled, an excellent puzzle game in its own right that has spawned a seemingly endless stream of clones. Success in the world of videogames inevitably leads to a sequel, and now we have Puzzle Quest Galactrix. While the basic concept remains the same as in the original game, Galactrix introduces a number of changes and is more than simply Puzzle Quest... in space." (Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, Xbox 360) 88/100

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