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A Proper Sequel for Puzzle Quest

by Alisha K.
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Now that Gyromancer has continued what Puzzle Quest started, Infinite Interactive is set to steal back their throne with a sequel to the cult-favorite RPG/puzzle hybrid. Life just got a little sweeter… at least, for me.

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GamePro has the details on the forthcoming sequel, but they’re not ready to give ’em up just yet. From the image, it looks like the interface is going to be a little more straightforward and the graphics a little more slick… but really, all that matters is that you can match gems and kill dudes without getting all complicated as with their last game, Galactrix. The sci-fi setting was cool and all, but the beauty of Puzzle Quest was that you just matched gems and threw some spells around. It’s a most satisfying way of killing ghosts and goblins.

No more information as yet, but I’ll tell you one thing: if you own some sort of electronic device, you’ll probably be able to play this game. I’m surprised they didn’t release a Game Boy version last time.

[via Joystiq]



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