Reviews and Problems with Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords
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Fun Game that Falls a Little Bit Short
6 January 2015
Summary: I played the game off and on for about 3-4 months. It's one of those games you can just pick-up and play without devoting too much thought or energy, yet still has a fun element to it. I'd say most of the games harder challenges are won by "luck" and not by your particular skill. The game itself is fairly repetitive. You need to match gems in sets of 3 or more (kinda like Tetris) and you typically take turns vs. an opponent.
Summary: I thought I would try out this game for something different to do. I like single-player RPG games- I've been playing them for a long while, it seems. This was one of the few games that really had an original concept. Puzzle Quest is a role-playing game in which you engage in battle by mixing and matching gems on the board. Some gems give you mana, some gold, some experience. Skull gems do damage.
Summary: Both my wife and I loved this game - a smart blend of puzzle with role playing. I bought this game originally for myself but she ended up playing it every night. I was glad we got to relax and enjoy gaming after each tiring day. Thanks for the developer and the publisher to make this great game. We loved it!
Summary: The Good: RPG and puzzle elements uniquely combined, charming music, colorful graphics, great story, long campaign The Bad: Some cheap AI, some gameplay elements are too hard, no infrastructure, no downloadable content After seeing all the GotY awards for this game I finally picked it up because it was bugging me...and boy am I glad I did. I've never really been the type for puzzle games but this has changed.
Summary: Don't let the screenshots fool you; this game is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING like Bejeweled. The best way to describe this game is a poker game masked as "missions" and RPG elements that do not make a significant difference in the gameplay. Every mission is really the same, whether it is a 'side' or 'story' mission; you play a game of "poker" against AI that has final control on the outcome of the match.
Summary: I first learned about this game a few weeks ago at a friend's house. I saw him playing it and said something like "What is that? You playing bejeweled or something? You wuss!" He started defending it and so i started reading the reviews and decided to make the purchase. The basic idea, a bejeweled type game overlaying a RPG fantasy setting seems a little odd on paper, but when you fire up Puzzle Quest on your PSP it won't take long for you to understand what all the hype...
Summary: Reviewed for Big Boss Games by: Tim Puzzle Quest By: Vicious Cycle Software Published by: D3 Publisher of America System: PlayStation Portable - PSP The story intro (taken from the instruction book): Enter the world of Etheria, a mythical land quickly becoming overrun with evil. You must help protect the kingdom of Bartonia from the undead invasion and seek out the source of these vile creatures to ensure the safety of your countrymen.
Another game of interest killed by to much difficulty
Paul A. Spangler, Amazon
25 September 2008
Summary: This sounded like a good game, that is why I picked it up. I then played for a while and enjoyed the puzzle battles and fought the battles around the starting area. Then I smacked my head against the first boss again and again trying to get past. I raised my experience level a few times but still there was no getting past. I laid this game to rest to stop wasting my time. Best of luck to those who continue on this quest.