Reviews and Problems with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
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J. Michael Gallen "J. Michael Gallen", Amazon
20 July 2014
Summary: It’s always risky for videogame developers to try something new and different, because while innovative titles have the potential for greatness, sometimes innovation comes at the expense of a game’s quality.
A great game! Addictive! But the stylus manipulation always is a slight drawback.
3 May 2014
Summary: This game is like a lot of puzzlers: Addictive! Candy Crush, Puzzle Bobble, Tetris -- you can see where I'm going. They are like a drug. The only problem is moving the pieces with a tiny stylus. I have sizeable hands, so it's a chore for me.
Summary: You will love Puzzle Quest. And for that, you will hate it. It is very much like an annoying song that gets itself stuck in your head - you want to get it out, but every time you muster the will to banish it from your mind, your subconscious manages to sneak it back in behind your back.
Summary: I got this game after I saw hearing how great it was on one of the podcasts I watch. The hosts seemed completely enamored with it, so I had high hopes. Even with high hopes, I really enjoy this game. I can see why it was given so much praise.
Summary: I got this game because I wanted a puzzle/bejeweled type game. The RPG part caught me by surprise and it was an awesome plus. The story is a bit corny, but the idea of an RPG + Bejeweled is just priceless.
Summary: This game is a fusion of "Bejeweled" plus a fantasy RPG. Mostly Bejeweled. The weird part is, I don't really like Bejeweled, it's too boring and one-dimensional (figuratively speaking), but I love Puzzle Quest.
Summary: Simply said..I have to get another copy of this game because my boyfriend has stolen my copy. >_< This game is extremely addictive and starts off fairly quickly. This game is a combination of a puzzle (Match 3 icons in a row) type game with a simple RPG game.
Summary: This game is extremely addictive, and I've devoted more hours to it in the past week than I'd care to admit, but it isn't without its flaws. The graphics are fine, especially the portrait style art accompanying the characters during quest assignments.
Summary: This game is great. It doesn't try to do too much, it's simply a clever treatment of a bejewled-like puzzle game (though PQ involves much more strategy than bejewled thanks to the vs. format). The game is well worth the cost just for the puzzle aspect and multiplayer mode.
Summary: The DS has some very interesting, unique, original games being written for it, and Puzzle Quest is definitely one of them. It's part RPG, part puzzler. The story is not really all that interesting, and there's really only one type of puzzle, but there's something very different and fun about...