My reviews for the Wii and DS versions of Puzzle Kingdoms were posted to GameSpot a few days ago. They’re essentially the same game, save for the graphical differences. Puzzle Quest is still Infinite Interactive‘s best title, but Puzzle Kingdoms is a decent time suck for people (like myself) who were massively disappointed with Puzzle Quest: Galactrix.
Last night, my review of Rocket Riot on Xbox Live Arcade went live. It’s the best downloadable game I’ve played in a long time. If you have a few friends over, the competitive multiplayer is frantic and addicting.
Up next I’ll be reviewing Mega Man StarForce 3. Honestly, I’m not sure why I still play these games. The mechanics are solid, but they haven’t changed since the original game years ago. The visuals are straight out of the Game Boy Advance era and the inane story serves no other purpose than creating a string of events to drag Mega Man to the next location. Oh well. It’s still addicting.