Summary: This is one of the best games I have played on my 3DS so far. Once you pick this up you will have a hard time putting it down again. The mix between puzzle and rpg is a new concept for me and I find it amazing. I am really happy that I have this game.
Summary: I bought this game thinking it was something like Final Fantasy Tactics Advanced and was terribly surprised upon my initial playing of it. I was upset... for about five minutes. After learning to play and getting used to it, I became HIGHLY addicted to this game. [Slight spoiler ahead!!] My only major gripe was having to restart with each character. [/Spoiler] Overall, it's very fun.
Summary: This game is a must have for the DS in my opinion. Like most people have said, it's not your traditional style RPG, but I wouldn't say it's your traditional puzzle game either. It's kind of a mix of the two plus a few other elements as well. The battles are highly addictive and what pushes the heart of the game. I'm half way through it and can't put it down! Totally replayable too.
Summary: Clash of Heroes is the best Heroes game of recent memory. Clever, well-designed and with high replayability, it is highly recommended for every strategy/puzzle fan. If you prefer action titles, however, this may not be the game for you, since it requires analysis and thought. Thumbs up!!!
Summary: This is a rad game. It is also available on XBLA and PSN. Clash of Heroes is yet another incredible twist on the match 3 puzzle mechanic. I feel this game is as fun if not more fun than games like Puzzle Quest because there is a little bit more strategy involved because a player must consider defense as well as offense. Match three in a row and you create a wall to help neutralize incoming attacks or match 3 in a column to form an attack.
Summary: This game can be best compared with Puzzle Quest in that it's a puzzle RPG. The biggest difference is the depth is far superior that PQ. Every single battle is different from the start, and if you lose and come back to the battle again, the game will give you a completely different setup, which is awesome. Basically, you roam the world, complete main and side quests, collect funds and resources, level-ups, and follow the story. It's all good clean fun.