Conclusion: Overall, the successful model of the Bejeweled franchise remains intact outside of a few small changes. The presentation of the game is great, but it would be a lot better if the new modes had something different to offer other than the traditional formula we’ve all played before.
Conclusion: As one of literally dozens of similar games on the system, Bejeweled 3 is a little bit hamstrung by its price, especially as it's probably 90% cheaper on the various iDevices, but it is second only to Chime in the genre, effortlessly outdoing the other match-three puzzlers on Xbox Live and more than...
Excerpt: The World's NUMBER ONE Puzzle Game has made it to the Nintendo DS. At least the case to the box claims Bejeweled 3 is the World's #1 Puzzle Game. I will take their word for it because the Bejeweled franchise has been huge in the puzzle genre. I have spent many hours playing these match three games.
Conclusion: I had a lot of fun playing Bejeweled 3, a compelling and instantly gratifying puzzle game that might surprise a lot people. Its variety is truly what sells the experience, making the already captivating gem-matching gameplay seem like the icing on the cake.
Summary: Having played Bewjeweled many times I was wondering how this one was going to be any different. Dont get me wrong, I very much love a good Bejeweled game, but can PopCap deliver something fresh to this version? From the start there appears to be 8 modes, 4 locked and 4 unlocked.
Excerpt: Bejeweled 3’s basics are as simple as ever: swap neighboring gems on an 8x8 grid to match and vanish three or more pieces of the same color. Match four or more pieces at once, and you’ll replace plain colored stones with gleaming jewels that explode in board-clearing storms of fire and electricity.
Pros: + Boasts all the addictive easy-to-play/hard-to-master appeal of the original game., + Four solid new gameplay modes round out a robust collection of eight variants.
Cons: ? Why is there still no head-to-head multiplayer?
Conclusion: The PC version still wins; it's been out for a year, the mouse offers superior control and Zen mode has binaural beats (oddly removed from the 360). Oh, and there are no Xbox Live Notifications popping up right in the middle of the screen, blocking your view and causing you to fail a timed challenge...
Conclusion: Quattro giochi e una buona quantità di carne al fuoco per gli amanti dei puzzle, ma la formula ripetuta dai precedenti capitoli non varia di molto. Il prezzo, per essere una raccolta non è poi competitivo e, ricordiamo, il mondo delle console casalinghe non è poi il massimo per giocare simili...