GIN writes: "I don’t get the whole “matching” shtick. OK, maybe that’s an understatement because I can match socks, and wearing a pair is a must if you wish to leave the house. What doesn’t make sense to me is how millions of people enjoy matching the same few colors ad nauseum and the game not taking the gamer anywhere. The original Puzzle Quest took the matching genre in a natural progression of what gamers have already seen. Collecting gems allowed gamers to use skills to manipulate and damage their opponents. It was fun. And it had gamers dreaming of gems falling from the sky. Several years later, Puzzle Quest 2 is finally in gamers’ hot little hands."