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Worthplaying Review: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix

WP writes: "While every game that comes out these days claims to be "genre breaking," very few actually take the rules and fundamentally rewrite them. That isn't the case of Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords, the 2007 title that meshed gem matching with RPG elements and created a truly new experience. The game was hailed as a triumph and developed an extremely devoted following. After an expansion was released in 2008, it was just a matter of time until we saw a full sequel. Now that new game has arrived in the form of Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, and it threatens to squander all the goodwill D3 and Infinite Interactive conjured up with their first game." (PS3, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, Xbox 360) 6.5/10

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