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Developer: Paladin Studios
Content Rating: Everyone
A galaxy on the brink of destruction. Infinite waves of alien enemies. One heroic ship. You know what to do. Fire up the engines, power up the laser chambers as the iconic space-faring shooter returns for its 35th Anniversary in a shower of laser blasts, breathless barrel-rolls and smoking missiles. The survival of the universe is once more at stake. They have an alien motherfeet of immense proportions, endless waves of ships bristling with high-tech weaponry and of course the sheer power of the boss Galaga... You have your finger – a device capable of channelling years of arcade skill,honed sci-fi ability and steely determination into a single, ultimate weapon...
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It’s certainly fun to shoot at aliens, but eventually you’ll find things turning too repetitive. You’ll feel as if you’re not gaining a substantial edge in combat. The kind of edge that would make you want to play more. That leaves Galaga Wars as the kind of game you’ll enjoy fleetingly, before inevitably seeking out a weightier frantic shooter.
The gameplay of Galaga Wars is just too thin to support the layers of free-to-play systems stacked on top of it. If it was a more meaningful take on Galaga or more elegant in its monetization scheme, Galaga Wars would be a much better game.
Galaga Wars es el típico ejemplo de lo que no se puede hacer con un free to play… o, al menos, si lo que pretenden sus desarrolladores es que éste sea popular y acabe teniendo aceptación entre los jugadores. Anuncios por doquier y esperas obligatorias cada dos por tres terminan resultando insufribles. Y es una lástima, porque sin ser el mejor shooter del año, su jugabilidad simple y directa entretiene que da gusto durante los primeros compases y técnicamente resulta notable.