Gaming Today writes: "If you’re unfamiliar with the series: 2007’s Puzzle Quest 1 took the whole match-three “puzzle game” motif of Bejeweled fame and transported it to RPG land–a world of magic, hit points, monsters and good-vs-evil. It really was something addictive and unique. “Bejeweled meets D&D” is a description you’ll see a lot, which fits pretty well.
So it’s been a few years, but Infinite Interactive is back with a proper sequel in Puzzle Quest 2. It’s the same old Puzzle Quest you know and love (to a fault in some ways), with some fresh gameplay hooks that add fun layers of strategy. How does it all stack up in the end? Full review after the break."