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I only have two gripes about Ultimate Qix: the fact that it's too short and the lack of a two-player mode. I really would have liked the chance to compete against a friend, and it would have made the high score table much more meaningful. Even so, the game is very enjoyable and a great buy for the low price it commands. Taito has a winning formula here, and anyone looking for something decidedly different for their Genesis should give Ultimate Qix a chance.
Die Umsetzung der PC-Engine-Version wurde mit ein paar zusätzlichen Spielmodi sowie besserem Sound versehen.
Es ist nicht alles Gold, was glänzt - wie wahr. Und das nicht alles neu ist, was dies zu sein scheint, dürfte ebenso bekannt sein. Ein Spiel, bei dem nun beide Volksweisheiten zutreffen, ist VOLFIED von TAITO.
It seems off that Volfied should be released at exactly the same time as Qix
on the Game Boy, an almost identical game. Are we trying to progress, or just digging up old ides that programmers hope we have forgotten?