Title: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix
Genre: Casual, RPG
D3Publisher of America, Inc.
Release Date: 24 Feb, 2009
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Was very disappointed that the story encounters scale to your level. Leveling up makes the game MORE difficult instead of less.
The concept is there to make a good game but the execution is flawed. Never had the crashing error but it seems to be prevalent based on other reviews. Maybe I'll go back and play it all the way through one day if I'm feeling ambitious.
3\/10 Would not recommend
. Developed by Infinite Interactive and published by D3Publisher Of America Inc., Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is yet another puzzle roleplaying game in Infinites steadily growing stable of quality match 3 titles. The wonderful thing about this game, however, that sets it apart from the other Puzzle Quest titles is that this one does not take place in a fantasy setting. No dragons, no swords and no magic. Galactrix instead is set far into the future and deals with aliens, lasers and technology. You take on the role of a rogue M.R.I. pilot scouring the galaxy in your spaceship trying to uncover clues in an intergalactic mystery that will affect the fate of the entire universe.
I'm happy to report that the addictive match 3 gameplay is back but with an all new redesigned puzzle battlefield as well. Gone are the circular gems of the fantasy based Puzzle Quest titles. They have been replaced by the more futuristic looking hexagonally shaped tiles and since this game takes place in space gravity will be a factor in how the tiles fall. If the match takes place in orbit around a planet, the tiles will always fall downward but if you are fighting in open space the tiles will come from whatever direction you made your previous move so strategy will also be a factor in how you battle. The puzzle play is the same as always, you try to match 3 or more colored tiles with each color representing a different aspect of your spacecraft such as weapons, shields, engineering, computer, psi and intel.
Combat in this game takes place between spaceships. Your chosen vessel can be outfitted with a plethora of different equipment and armaments which are the equivalent of spells and bladed weapons in the fantasy based Puzzle Quest games. These items use gunnery, engineering, science and shield energy corresponding with the different colored tiles respectively. Make enough matches and build up the appropriate amounts of energy and you will be able to use that piece of equipment or weapon on your opponents ship. Take down your enemies shields and do enough damage to the hull and you will be victorious. Victories will earn you intel, which is the equivalent of experience points, which you can then use to upgrade the level of your character giving the player bonuses to different abilites. Another method of damaging your opponents vessel besides using your weapons is by matching the numbered tiles. These mine-like tiles have a different number 1-10 indicating the power of the damage output so matching higher numbers will be devastating to either you or your enemy. Throughout the course of the game, you will be able to salvage or buy a number of different ships each with it's own unique options and upgrade potentials. Some of the ships will blow your mind in both their design and specifications but they will not be easy to accquire. If you want a top of the line ship you'll have to save your credits, do a little haggling or get your hands on some unique schematics and just build your own. As I mentioned earlier, there is also a large abundance of equipment and weapons that you can accquire to further augment your warship such as laser turrets, shield generators, repair drones, etc.. For example shield inhibitors, which are my personal favorite, cause your opponents shields to stall out and not regenerate which leaves their hull completely open to attack. WWCPD...What Would Captian Picard Do? Depending on your playstyle you'll definitely find the right combination of technology to suit you if you buy it, loot it or craft it.
The story is quite compelling as it involves you solving a big mystery so you want to keep playing in order to see what pieces of the puzzle, no pun intended, you can put together and what questions you can answer. The graphics are top notch and this is definitely one of the more amazing looking match 3 games. Anyone who is a fan of science fiction will appreciate the beautiful handrawn art of the various alien species, unique worlds and especially the different makes and models of spaceships, weapon arrays and equipment showcased in this gorgeous game. The musical score is excellent filled with an abundance of surreal, jolly and haunting tracks which fit the titles futuristic theme perfectly. Sound effects are also quite superb. You'll love the combat sounds of the various weapons systems, the impact of the explosions and the sound of your system crashing when your opponent uses some kind of sabotage tech on your computer as well as a number of other terrific effects. Besides the combat puzzles there are also a variety of different puzzle types which involve hacking, mining, crafting, haggling and gathering rumors.
Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is just so much fun and highly addictive. One gripe I do have about this title concerns gameplay. The game is completely random yet sometimes it seems as though your A.I. opponent receives and matches multiple damage tiles so many more times than you do to the point of sheer ridiculousness. I can't tell you how many times I've lost a battle because so many moves that I would make would yield nothing for me yet set the A.I. up for devastating damage against me time after time to the point of me rage quitting....oh it's so frustrating! With that said, this is still one of the best match 3 games I've had the pleasure of playing and I will continue to enjoy this title for years to come. If you've ever found yourself watching an episode of Star Trek or a similiar science fiction show and dreaming of commanding a spaceship in an epic battle then this game does a great job of delivering that experience to you. Puzzle Quest: Galactrix is highly recommended for any match 3, sci-fi or strategy gamer.. This game has practically sucked out my ability to form cohesive sentences with the overwhelming might of its sheer stupidity, so writing anything about it is hard, but I'll try to list some bullet points as to why, after several hours of playing and DESPERATELY trying to make it worth the $0.99 investment, I must warn you that it's just not possible:
- So let's say there's an enemy with a special power that skips 2-3 of your turns. Fun, huh? No big deal though, there's a power up that gets rid of debuffs. Cool. Except that you need to have a turn to use it, and all other status ailments I've encountered are incredibly petty debuffs like slightly decreasing energy collected every turn, making this power, like many, many others, totally worthless.
- The combat system itself is some of the most anger-inducing, pure luck based BS that's ever had the audacity to call itself a "Puzzle". You can have an enemy at 10 health after a half hour of matching blocks around (if it doesn't take that long for ever fight, it sure FEELS like it does, because the only blocks that cause damage are super rare and only about half of the other blocks are kind of helpful at all for either side) and then when they take their turn, mines slide in in a deluge by pure bad luck and one shot you from practically full health. Yeah, there was a lot you could do to prevent that.
- Speaking of combat, there is next to no penalty for losing, and just some piddly experience for winning, which feels downright insulting with how long and frustrating battles are.
- And the fun doesn't end there. Exploring the universe is incredibly slow, due to the fact that the game pauses to save (really, you have to make me wait in what's basically a pretty menu when most modern action games could save while I'm in the middle of an intense throwdown) ALL THE TIME. And the galaxy is huge, much bigger than it needs to be for all the content there is to "enjoy". Why are there missions where I'm flying through a smattering of planets, scanning them one at a time to find out where my objective ISN'T, until I finally get a lucky guess or there's only one place left to look? WHY DO THEY DO THIS MULTIPLE TIMES!? You will feel like the developers are intentionally trying to waste your time because apparently they think a good game is one that takes the most time to complete.
- Despite being a casual game, a surprising amount goes unexplained. I blew up one ship that I salvaged Contraband from, a high-value cargo. Unfortunately, every ship in the system now magically knew that I was a filthy drug-runner, and attacked me. Would have been nice to know that would happen! What would have been even more useful knowledge would be knowing that by fighting back, I would\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665off a huge swath of the galaxy, so that even after unloading the contraband, I get attacked every freaking system I travel into, causing travel between missions to take HOURS, unless you intentionally lose every single battle that comes your way.
- Speaking of missions, these make Skyrim's fetch quests and Draugr hunts look like the works of Shakespeare. Search random planets for thing. Fight thing. Win. Or mine 20 Dragon Dildoes and 10 Mountain Dew Cases. Or, my personal favorite (and there are a LOT of these); go to X, Y, and Z and come back. Yes, half of the side quests are fetch quests where you're not even fetching something. Just go to place and come back. No fight, no minigame, not even any dialogue.
- The music is bad, and it doesn't even flow together well. I swear, the battle music loops once, and then goes back to the AMAZINGLY dull space exploring music for the other 25 minutes of the fight. Absolutely inexcusable.
In short, this game is bad. I wouldn't pay 99 cents for this piece of digital trash. I wouldn't pay ten cents. I wouldn't let the developers pay me to play it, I'm dead \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665ing serious. I wouldn't give this to a poor \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665 child if playing it would make his mom finally love him, it wouldn't be worth it for the poor kid. I wouldn't finish one more mission if every girl from Game of Thrones would be standing naked behind me the moment I did. If this game were around in World War 2, Hitler wouldn't allow Jews to play it because it wouldn't feel morally sound. If Puzzle Quest: Galactrix were a perfectly marbled T-Bone steak, dogs that eat their own feces wouldn't even be able to handle its smell without vomiting. This game's release was one of the final signs of the coming of the End of Times, milennia of madness and horror with no end in sight for the tortured remains of humankind. It's an insult to all things fun, a long, brown, smelly skidmark on the underpants of humanity. It sucks, it blows, it's a piece of \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665ing \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665 garbage from a medical waste dumpster reserved for pus-oozing rotten scrotums and boil-ridden \u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665\u2665s, and I for one do not much care for it.. I wasn't able to get into Galactrix like the previous Puzzle Quest games. They mixed up the formula and it doesn't have that same addiction factor as before. The gem movement takes some getting used to, but it does lead to more strategic gameplay like being able to prevent certain moves your opponent can make on their next turn. The different systems don't provide any heads up display information so you can't get an idea what is in the system before you visit. And the minimap doesn't even provide system names making it pretty useless. The game also crashes way too much, and each time it does I get discouraged from playing further. Nevertheless, it's still a decent RPG match 3 adventure, just a bit of a disappointment considering the other Puzzle Quest titles were so much better.. Highly buggy, may not event start.
The start menue is bugged on windows 7 64 bit. Only background and a mouse pointer appears, and the game won't start (see the toic on the discussion board). Lets hope this gets fixed sometimes becuase right now this is a scam, not a game.
Update: The stuck in menue is a driver issue appearing for both AMD and Nivida drivers. Personally (having a nvida 470) updating to latest drivers and restarting the comupter solved the problems. My older drivers were still petty recent (around half a year old), which I likely why a lot of people see this issue.
As for the game itself, and the recomendation, I'll update the review once more when I've played enough.. For 99cents you can not go wrong with this game. I have played for 3 hours already today. I know I will play a lot more. 99 cents for all that time playing. And it's fun. It is hard to wrap your head around the unique angles that the swaping takes place on, but that is part of the charm of these games.
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