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If you can get past the traditional issues that have plagued touch based games since their inception, as well as the hefty $9.99 pricetag, Puzzle Quest 2 is a game that is very worthy of your purchase. Even though it is far from the game-changer that its exemplary predecessor was, the core mechanics are as entertaining as they have ever been, cementing it as a solid successor to the Puzzle Quest throne.
Puzzle Quest 2 is a hard game to rate. The gameplay in the match three section is excellent, and you can play it for ages. Sadly the quest mode is not that good, and it soon started grating on me. As you can experience the gameplay without venturing into the quest mode at all the game gains some goodwill. The omission of a multiplayer mode is a setback, as it can definitely be done technically. In the end I can recommend the game to any fan who have already played the first to the end. For newcomers of the series start with the original before purchasing Puzzle Quest 2.
Like the first game, Puzzle Quest 2 takes a simple casual affair and adds layers of depth you won't be able to resist. Even though the quest is long and your customization options seem to be limitless, it still works as a game you can pick up and play for short sessions. The lack of multiplayer on iOS devices is a blow, but the excellent touch controls and make up some lost ground. This is the Puzzle Quest you fell in love with, and the new dungeon exploration and usable items only sweeten the deal. If only all of life's problems could be solved by matching colored objects together.
Puzzle Quest 2 doesn't build upon its predecessor so much as it distills the addictive elements from the first and adds deeper character based gameplay in to the mix.
Difficile de comprendre le naufrage engendré par ce second opus. L'originalité ne peut plus y être et la perte de certains mécanismes appréciables du premier opus est dommageable, tandis que l'ajout de la parade ruine une bonne partie du plaisir du titre. Si l'on ajoute à ces défauts majeurs un portage honteux sur iOS qui accumule une nouvelle couche de défauts dont on se serait bien passer, nous avons alors un jeu qu'il faut éviter à tout prix. Passez votre chemin. Et si vraiment vous ne pouvez résister à l'appel du puzzle, misez vos deniers sur une autre version ou, tout simplement, sur un autre jeu.