Summary: "Puzzle Quest 2" (PQ2)is a sequel to the popular 'Puzzle Quest' of a few years back. The overall goal for the game is to defeat some mega-warlord at the bottom of a dungeon, and of course you'll meet hordes of his minions along the way.
Summary: After the epic fail of Galactrix and the more epic fail of Kingdoms, were right back on form. The gameplay is back to the orignal Puzzle Quest, only speeded up. Only negative things I have to say about it: 1) Its easy as heck.
Surprisingly - does not knock PQ:COW or Might and Magic out of their 1st place tie for Puzzle/RPG hybrids!
24 June 2010
Summary: I've sunk hundreds of hours in Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords . It remains one of my top 5 games on the DS (Dsi). I've replayed it three times and still enjoy it. Now that is some bang for your buck! I was super excited to get the new PQ2.
Summary: The sick thing is, no matter how repetitious and predictable this game is, I can't stop playing. If you're reading this and don't know what "Puzzle Quest" is, I'm honestly surprised. Go read my review of the first game and know that this one is... Well, kind of different. Too lazy? Okay.
Summary: I was a huge fan of the first Puzzle Quest, but didn't like Puzzle Guest Galactrix - so I was really excited for a proper sequel to one of my favorite games. If you haven't played any of the previous games, imagine a cross between Bejeweled and Final Fantasy.
Summary: Overall, this is a nice follow-up to the original Puzzle Quest. For those that have played the original Puzzle Quest: I like that the mini-games are more integrated into the gameplay in the sequel. There are less options (no mounts or citadel building).
Summary: This game is much better than Puzzle Quest Galactrix, but not as good as Puzzle Quest 1. It brings back the original RPG elements and adds some optional challenge puzzles to mix. Buying weapons and armor is fun too.
these games will eat your life (or just your days off)
Katherine "Kat" Rowe, Amazon
27 April 2010
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.