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Puzzle Quest 2
Developer(s) Infinite Interactive
Publisher(s) D3 Publisher
Series Puzzle Quest
Platform(s) Nintendo DS, Xbox 360 (XBLA)
Release date(s) NA Spring 2010
Genre(s) Puzzle RPG
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Media Nintendo DS Game Card, Download

Puzzle Quest 2 is an upcoming game currently in development at Infinite Interactive for the Nintendo DS and Xbox Live Arcade. It is scheduled to be released sometime in the Spring of 2010 by D3 Publisher. Like the first game in the series, Puzzle Quest 2 will combine role-playing with strategy and puzzle elements. It will utilize a competitive Bejeweled-style playfield to simulate combat and other activities common to role-playing games, which was confirmed by a D3 representative:

"Puzzle Quest 2 features its hallmark blend of match-3 gem matching and fantasy, with a simple but meaningful role playing experience where players can choose any of four character classes; War Mage, Inquisitor, Barbarian or Assassin. Each character class provides interesting twists during multiple play-throughs as players reclaim the once peaceful village of Verloren from the evil clutch of the demon Gorgon. Players will be able to level up each character to progress through the adventure in Story Mode or even dive into Instant Action, Tournament Mode, or Mutliplayer Mode for a rich and diverse experience. With the entire Puzzle Quest world accessible on your fingertips in real-time action, players will be able to get a more streamlined experience for instant gratification."[1]


In a recent preview by Dakota Grabowski from GameZone, he was able to get a hands on with the game, and getting to know its new features, such as dungeon crawling, side quests, new leveling up and currency system, and mini-puzzles. "Employing a dungeon crawler-esque style gameplay for the map overlay, Puzzle Quest 2 permits players to play as four different classes. Each class provides a unique play style that should invite players back for multiple visits to the single-player campaign."[2]


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