Nowhere is safe from the unflinching skill and processing power of robots. Not even Puzzle & Dragons. Oh shit.
After years of dealing with the stamina restrictions and constant rotation of powerful paid content in the mobile version of Puzzle & Dragons, the pay once, play forever structure of Puzzle & Dragons Z for the Nintendo 3DS sounded like a dream. Sometimes dreams are stupid.
Two flavors of Puzzle & Dragons comes to the North American 3DS in May 2015. Nintendo is bundling two 3DS versions of the popular mobile game — Puzzle & Dragons Z and Puzzle & Dragons: Super Mario Bros. Edition — in on package this spring.
How do you make even more money off of one of the most popular game franchises? Add a dash of gaming's most iconic character, that's how.
Yesterday, two new characters were revealed for popular game Puzzle & Dragons: Gaia and Kraken. And for some in Japan, the reveal came at the worst time.
Crossing over with everything from Batman to Hello Kitty, mobile sensation Puzzle & Dragons has almost become more marketing machine that monster-collecting puzzle game. I don't mind though, because look at how adorable Rei Anayami is. There's more.
Role-playing game Puzzle & Dragons, which features puzzles and, um, dragons, has been a smash hit mobile title. The game is getting a 3DS version this month in Japan. And next spring, it's coming to Japanese arcades.
I often joke, when a bad game based on an existing entertainment license is released, that all any property needs to do to create a successful video game tie-in is to paste its characters and concepts over an already-proven title. Doctor Who: Legacy is almost proof of that.
With the recent release of the third game in the award-winning Batman: Arkham series upon us, there are plenty of places I'd expect the Dark Knight and friends to be showing up this week. As collectible characters in mobile sensation Puzzle & Dragons was not one of them.
Millions of mobile gamers around the globe have played GungHo Online's role-playing hybrid Puzzle & Dragons, but how many are playing it right? We asked the developer for some tips and tricks to help survive the game's unique brand of match-three madness.
There appears to be a local arcade in Japan with one clear rule: If you are caught playing smartphone games, you'll get kicked out.