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Download Buck Rogers - Matrix Cubed

Buck Rogers - Matrix Cubed
 
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This game is a sequel to Countdown to Doomsday and in the fine RPG tradition you can import the characters from the previous part into this game and continue your grand adventure, or you can start out new (which slows the game down somewhat as you need to gather experience). 

The story is somewhat more intriguing. There is a new Sun King and he is trying to unite all races in peaceful coexistence. As nice as that idea seems, it does not appeal to everybody, so there are forces at large that wish to prevent it from happening. You are assigned to baby-sit the king and make sure he’s safe and you naturally try to do your job as well as you can. To conclude this brief plot introduction I’ll just leave you with some malicious thoughts that immediately popped into my mind when I started playing this game. Should we really trust the king? Is he trying to secure peace or supremacy of one race only? Who could be plotting against the peace and why? Do they have good reasons for it?

I had to find the answers to these questions in the game, and so should you.

One of the things I really liked about the sequel is that there are more options. As soon as you meet somebody you could fight, you can first try another way (examining them, or maybe even joining them and changing your allegiance – if you think that could help really help you out).

Apart from that, the graphics have improved somewhat from the first part, although they are still classical SSI RPG graphics, very similar this time to the second part of the medieval fantasy RPG Krynn trilogy. This makes me wonder though, did they plan to make a Buck Rogers trilogy as well, but never finished it?

Anyway, it’s a very solid RPG that I definitely recommend to everybody who likes the genre and especially to all who were put off RPG simply because they disliked the fantasy worlds of magic and dungeons.


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