GV writes: "When puzzle game Bejeweled hit web browsers in 2001, no one expected such a simple puzzle game to become an addictive phenomenon. Since then, countless clones of the match-three puzzler have hit the web, consoles, and handhelds. Feeling that the market wasn't quite crowded enough, Destineer recently released Cradle of Rome, another in the "match three items" vein of puzzle games, for the Wii. Previously a DS and PC title, the Wii version uses the remote to employ familiar puzzle tactics. While Cradle of Rome does use some new ideas, and the gameplay is as addictive as ever, I can't help but wonder if gamers will be willing to empty their wallets for a game that's basically already been done."