I enjoyed playing LUXOR: Quest for the Afterlife as I remember playing Zuma for the first time too. This Luxor feels like visiting older Luxor games with new shiny visuals with some new power-ups, scenarios, story and controller support (I didn't expect this from this type of game). While is not a long game, is pretty fun and worthwhile. Recommended.
Presentation There’s a nonsensical story here. Graphics Considering the genre, the visuals are more than adequate. Sound Music is epic and God of War-like. Sound effects are strong and appropriate. Voice acting takes itself a little too seriously, however. Gameplay The gameplay hasn’t evolved much from the previous Luxor or Zuma games. But it is a solid game overall. Lasting Appeal There are multiple difficulty levels and a decent amount of levels/modes. There are also achievements for those that care, but you probably won't sink too much time on this one in the end.
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