Tag Archives: Puzzle Quest: Galactrix
Tue, May 05, 2009 | 20:19 BST
This Thursday, Puzzle Quest: Galactrix hits PSN. Finally you’re saying.
Game includes three modes, over 100 missions, 80 solar systems, 30 upgradable ships with 150 ship items, mini-games, and the prerequisite leaderboards and matchmaking.
Should give you loads to do.
More over on the US PS Blog.
Wed, Apr 08, 2009 | 11:08 BST
Thu, Apr 02, 2009 | 16:37 BST
Puzzle Quest: Galactrix will be landing on XBL next week, on April 8.
The PSN version, however, will not be released on April 9 as you would assume, but will instead land sometime later this spring.
A price point has yet to be revealed for either version.
Tue, Feb 24, 2009 | 21:44 GMT
Sat, Feb 21, 2009 | 22:47 GMT
Wed, Feb 18, 2009 | 22:09 GMT
Puzzle Quest: Galactrix still does not have a solid release date for XBLA.
Speaking with VG247, a D3 rep told us that while the game is scheduled for release on DS and PC February 24, a date still has not been set for the XBL version.
“Puzzle Quest: Galactrix for DS and PC are confirmed to ship to retail on February 24. We’ll also offer several digital download options for PC starting that day. We have not confirmed a live date for the XBLA version of Puzzle Quest: Galactrix at this time,” said the spokesperson.
Developer Infinite Interactive was also unsure when their puzzler would be made available due to the fact that, “XBLA dates often move around at the whims of Microsoft”.
Couldn’t have said it better ourselves. We’ll let you know when we do.
Wed, Feb 04, 2009 | 14:11 GMT
A February release date for Puzzle Quest: Galactrix on DS was confirmed today, along with the confirmation that a PC version would arrive simultaneously.
An XBLA version isn’t 100 percent confirmed yet. February 24 lands on a Tuesday, which would mess up “the whole Xbox Live Arcade Wednesday thing” we have come to expect, says Joystiq.
Thu, Jan 22, 2009 | 11:42 GMT
D3Publisher has confirmed to Eurogamer that Puzzle Quest: Galactrix will as be available on PSN as well as XBLA, PC and DS.
Confusion apparently arose when the PC flash site displayed a PlayStation logo ,as D3Publisher had only mentioned the other formats previously.
“Puzzle Quest Galactrix will be available on PSN and Xbox Live in additional to PC and DS,” said a spokesperson when we asked.
Game’s out in March.
By Mike Bowden
Tue, Jan 20, 2009 | 06:30 GMT
D3′s stuck up a decent Flash demo of the upcoming Puzzle Quest: Galactrix here, featuring a two-player puzzle-off against an NPC.
The futuristic sequel to the stupidly popular Puzzle Quest features a robotic woman saying things like, “Supernova,” as well as the opportunity to laser opponents. Because you’re in space, obviously.
The game itself releases for PC, DS, XBLA and PSN next month.
Thu, Jul 10, 2008 | 19:46 BST
It’s all happening. Shaun the Sheep! Onechanbara: Bikini Zombie Slayers! Both at E3 thanks to D3 Publishing.
In addition visitors to the company at the show will get their hands on Bangai-O Spirits, Naruto: Path of the Ninja 2, BEN 10: ALIEN FORCE The Game (?), Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 and Puzzle Quest: Galactrix.
Fair enough. Press release after the link.
Wed, Feb 27, 2008 | 12:19 GMT
Here. There are some news screens of the Puzzle Quest sequel up there, and a list of key features. Which we’re going to post here. The game releases for PC, Xbox 360 and DS this autumn.
- Create a persistent pilot who gains skills and ships as he completes more battles.
- Each enemy you fight will require different tactics.
- Individual battles require only 5-10 minutes of time.
- Experience a conquer-the-galaxy style campaign mode.
- Find new objects to make your pilot and ship all-powerful.
- Trade supplies throughout the galaxy to increase your wealth.
- Meet companions who will join your crew and aid you in battle.
- Take your pilot and ship online against other players.
- Compete for positions on the online high score tables.
- Download new content – ships, items, plans, planets, factions and missions.
Tue, Feb 26, 2008 | 09:41 GMT
Here. The sequel to the game we keep meaning to buy but never do is set in space, a step into the future from Puzzle Quest’s original fantasy world. Apparently this one’s all about hexagons.
“For Puzzle Quest: Galactrix, our development team will persist in that vein and introduce an innovative hexagonal puzzle board to the mix, along with a deeply immersive new science-fiction setting and storyline that gamers will find irresistible,” said Steve Fawkner, Infinite Interactive president.
According to the press release, “In Puzzle Quest: Galactrix a horrifying scientific accident has provoked another race to attempt extermination of humankind; players will create a persistent pilot who gains skills, crafts items, maneuvers among the universe’s political factions, and upgrades the ultimate space fleet as they attempt to end the genocide.”
It all sounds very exciting. You’ll be able to play it this autumn.