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: 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: This game might seem a bit clunky at first but it is addictive. It is one of those games that you pick up intending to play for 10 minutes or so but then realize that you've been playing for two hours by the time your done. My wife actually got even more addicted to it than me!
R. Parthasarathy "If only everyone wrote reviews", Amazon
3 September 2008
Summary: This is an excellent game for both lovers of deep and rich RPGs and simple games like Bejewelled. In fact you could call this Bejewelled RPG. It has an incredibly deep RPG system that will keep you occupied for hours together and a simple gameplay that is easy for anyone to pick up. Dont get put off by the occasionally difficult opponents because the longer you play, the better you get and learn to advance.
Summary: I happen to have the PS2 version of this game, and when i purchased my PSP, this game was at the top of the list. It's just plain addictive, even with the slowdown and load times. It's easy enough to pick up and play, and even though you will cringe at how the enemy "seems" to know what's coming down, (hence the difficulty) even though you can't see it, when you hit you first epic combo, you'll be caught.
Summary: Everything people said highly touting this game is true. Deep fun puzzle game that appeals to people who love Bejeweled and even Magic: the gathering. I bought one, and days later am back to buy 2 more for my friends.
Summary: I know what you're thinking, "It's just a puzzle game with a tacked on cheesy story." Well, the truth is the story and RPG elements make this feel like much more than a puzzle game. Basically battles are played out in a turn-based, bejeweled-like puzzle. You cast magic during the battle. You level up your character. The neat thing is that you play different variations of the puzzle to accomplish different events.