Summary: Based upon the image, you might think that its a serious adult sports videogame. However, when played, you will discover that the characters are all cartoons which have much more of a child's game slant to it, as opposed to a game for adults.
Summary: A good casual game for occasional play. It's nice that it saves on it's own frequently. I can pickup right where I left off. If I only feel like playing a couple battles or practicing, I have that option too.
these games will eat your life (or just your days off)
Katherine "Kat" Rowe, Amazon
18 March 2012
Summary: Not the strongest installment in the series, but still loads of fun. Cons: -- Easier than the other Puzzle Quest games I've played (the original PQ, Galactrix, and Puzzle Kingdoms). Some classes and strategies specifically make it almost impossible to LOSE.
Summary: I am still playing this game. It's very challenging as you are playing against a monster of some sort and have quests to fulfill. I love it, very hard to put down especially when the bad guy wins, LOL. Makes you more determined to win.
Summary: I have the Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords and I love it so much I've played it twice, so I thought I would enjoy this one also. They made some good changes (smaller wording so you can see the board), but to me, who isn't all that DS savvy, and I find it very hard to follow since they don't...