Tron: Evolution

XB360, PS3, PC, PSP, DS / Action / Release: Dec 7, 2010 / ESRB: T

Puzzle Quest 2 DS Coming in June

By Chris Faylor, Apr 29, 2010 11:20am PDT

Originally due out in the nebulous spring timeframe, both the retail-bound Nintendo DS edition and downloadable Xbox 360 iteration of Infinite Interactive's anticipated color-matching sequel Puzzle Quest 2 has now slipped into a summer release window.


Puzzle Quest 2 Media Blowout

By Chris Faylor, Mar 12, 2010 12:40pm PST

When Puzzle Quest 2 was first announced, way back in November 2009, there wasn't much in the way of media for the puzzling Ninteno DS and Xbox 360 sequel.


"I started Puzzle Quest on easy, and its way too easy. I either need to finish it or start over ..."

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Puzzle Quest Developer Teams Up With Konami for Puzzle Chronicles

By Garnett Lee, Jan 11, 2010 4:15pm PST

Puzzle Quest developers Infinite Interactive continue to come out with new twists on their signature combination of color-matching gem mechanics with role playing-like stories and character development. Up next is Puzzle Chronicles, arriving February 18 o


"Hopefully it turns out better than the Bejeweled/Final Fantasy mash up. So much potential for ..."

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'Tron Evolution' Game Coming Holiday 2010

By Alice O'Connor and Chris Faylor, Dec 12, 2009 5:21pm PST

The Spike VGA revelations continue, with word that Propaganda Games (Turok, Pirates o


"As for platforms the GT trailer mentions 360/PS3, as well as Live/PSN. So mehbe there will be ..."

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Puzzle Quest 2 Coming to Xbox 360, Nintendo DS

By Chris Faylor, Nov 30, 2009 10:35am PST

A proper sequel to the addictive color-matching puzzle-RPG Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords is slated to hit Nintendo DS and Xbox 360 (as an...


"After what a disappointment Gyromancer was, I'm cautiously looking forward to this"

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Where the Wild Things Are? In This Trailer, Silly

By Chris Faylor, Oct 05, 2009 2:00pm PDT

Maurice Sendak's beloved children's novel "Where the Wild Things Are" has spawned more than just a Spike Jonze-directed feature film, it's also resulted in a video game. What, you don't believe me? Here's a trailer. Is that proof enough for you, punk?


"I must have read Where the Wild things are 50+ times as a kid, and never once did I wish it was ..."

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Where the Wild Things Are: I Hope You Like to Jump

By Nick Breckon, Sep 21, 2009 3:10pm PDT

"We've got a lot to see, Max," says the Wild Thing. "I hope you like to jump." I'd have to check, but I'm not sure "I hope you like to jump" was a line that Maurice Sendak wrote. Maybe it was cut from the original manuscript. Maybe this is cano


"Great, now they are making games for furries. I shudder to think what's next. "

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