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Submitted by kevco33 1959d ago | review

In-depth Review: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix - Electronic Theatre

The player's choice for progression has been expanded exponentially, with multiple quest-paths providing weaving stories in, out and regardless of the main storyline. Instead of just have one large map, the game has dozens of small maps (Solar Systems) interlinked through a larger map (Galaxies). While the player must traverse set paths in order to travel from Galaxy-to-Galaxy, they are free-to-roam in each small Solar System through indirect movement of their ship on the Left Analogue Stick. Combat can be initiated by rival ships anywhere, and so strategy is born not just of in-play tactics and a clear idea of how you wish to progress your character, but also greatly through the quests you collect and order in which your partake in them. (PC, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, Xbox 360) 86/100

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