Summary: Due to the split screens, you main focus is on the screen that you are playing on so you really don't get to enjoy the other action screens. After playing a couple of times it becomes boring since nothing really changes.
Summary: If you're a fan of the Puzzle Quest series you should try Puzzle Chronicles. Not as grand as PQ but entertaining none the less. PC is graphically inferior and less engaging than either of the PQ games but well worth the low price to obtain this title, check it out.
Summary: While not quite as good as the Puzzle Quest games, Puzzle Chronicles is still an excellent puzzle/RPG hybrid that takes some cues from the PQ games and adds some additional mechanics of it's own. A fun game that can become quite addicting.
Summary: I'm a big PuzzleQuest fan, and thought I would try Puzzle Chronicles looking for another puzzle game that had some RPG elements worked into it. Puzzle Chronicles was a big disappointment. The graphics look like they are ported from a PS1 game, and the load times are horrendously slow on my PSP. The gameplay is inferior to a puzzle game such as PuzzleQuest. I expected this, but the graphics and slow loading make the game unbearable.
Easy breezy unbalanced game. But still cool for beginners.
R. George, Amazon
26 February 2010
Summary: Any puzzle game fan should have no problem with this one. & thats 1 gripe about this one. An unbalanced levelling up system thats easy as hell can make u strong & breeze thru story mode. The gameplay is similar to Puzzle Fighter, which is cool. & being able to equip 8 different items is also cool. Having a warbeast is sweet as well. The store really isnt necessary if u can beat the treasure & forging mini games, preferrably the former first.
Conclusion: Great game everything you would expect if you have played championship manager before. However it is badly letdown by how long it takes to play a match. It takes about 10 minutes to play 1 match, Compared with previous championship manager games which take about 3 minutes to play a game.