Assemble a team of Marvel’s biggest super heroes and villains and battle with Puzzle Quest’s trademark match-3 and story-telling gameplay in a game that combines favorite Marvel characters with a deep RPG leveling, player vs. player, character upgrades, and more.
Data de lançamento: 5 Dez 2013
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R55 Update!!!

9 junho 2014

R55 is now available. Download now!

- Skip costs for retaliations have been removed
- Fixed an issue with special tile ownership

- Hawkeye (Modern): Avoid - Hawkeye will no longer jump to the front when a team damage ability is used while he is in the second position of the line-up.
- Daredevil (Classic): All abilities - Traps will now trigger properly when they are matched but otherwise cannot be re-placed due to having not enough of that color tiles on the board.
- Ares (Dark Avengers): Sunder -The Countdown tile will now properly disappear when Ares falls in battle due to using this ability.

- The following abilities will no longer be usable and take up AP if the applicable tiles are not available for the ability to be effective when fired:
- Human Torch (Classic): Inferno
- Black Panther (Man Without Fear): Battle Plan
- Sentry (Dark Avengers): Sacrifice
- Daredevil (Classic): Radar Sense, Equalizer, Ambush
- Characters will now properly take damage from their own powers if abilities are used that damage themselves while they are Invisible

- Events with points that lower when cleared now display a timer in the mission info screen as to when the points will be at maximum again

For Full (English Only) Patch Notes, please go to:

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R54 Update!

30 Mai 2014

R54 is now available. Download now!

- Fixed an issue where multiple 4 of a kind matches that were the same color being destroyed at once would not always clear all rows/columns

- Updated the screen displaying points gained in Events. These screens now more easily display the progress in parent Events as well as directly showing progress towards the next progression reward.
- Player and Alliance leaderboards now default to “Your Rank” rather than “Top Ranked”
- Fixed instances of the player/Alliance name not being highlighted correctly on the leaderboards
- New loading screen art

- Added a new sound effect for the Environment ability - Oasis.

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“An intricately crafted, remarkably deep experience – Marvel Puzzle Quest doesn’t merely meet the expectations of its name, it exceeds them.”
9.1 out of 10 –

“Even for those unfamiliar with the ever-expanding Marvel universe, Dark Reign’s use of collection and randomized drops make it compulsively, sickeningly playable.”
4 out of 5 –

“Takes the unlikely pairing of Marvel heroes and match-3 makes it fun. Lots to do besides the story missions. Entertaining, surprisingly humorous dialogue.”
4 out of 5 –

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Assemble a team of Marvel’s biggest super heroes and villains and battle with Puzzle Quest’s trademark match-3 and story-telling gameplay in a game that combines favorite Marvel characters with a deep RPG leveling, player vs. player, character upgrades, and more.

In the wake of the Iso-8 Outbreak, the super hero community struggles to recover. Taking advantage of the chaos, super villains take control of National Security. Dark Reign follows these events that twist the destinies of both the heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe forever.

Marvel’s biggest heroes and villains join forces with Puzzle Quest, the award winning match-3 puzzle adventure franchise for an amazing new way to experience the Marvel Universe.

With the forces of good and evil banding together to fight a greater foe, players will be able to create teams from a roster of Marvel super heroes and villains like Iron Man, Thor, and Venom.

Head into battle with fast, tactical reaction-based gameplay, or select specific heroes whose special abilities complement each other to strategically plan each encounter.

Unlock new characters, alter the various talents of your team, or enhance a character’s current abilities.

Journey across the globe in an original, epic story for the single-player campaign, written by Marvel veteran Frank Tieri (Iron Man, Wolverine, Weapon X) and Alex Irvine (Iron Man, Daredevil) based on one of the most impactful events in Marvel history.

Requisitos do Sistema

    • OS: Windows XP SP3
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 3.00GHz or better
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD 3000 / Nvidia GeForce 8600 GT / ATI Radeon HD 4650
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 250 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Windows Compatible Card
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The developer and publisher for this game treat their playerbase as cows to be milked with overpriced micro-transactions and have proven not to be above actively neutering play options in an effort to squeeze more cash out of players.

Story time:
On the official forums of the publisher a 'discussion' thread was started by the developer on a very controversial change regarding the game's hit point healing mechanic. This triggered an unforeseen and unprecedented unanimous response to a change that everyone was up in arms against. This thread eventually grew into 30(!) pages of nothing but negative feedback, ranging from warnings that the change would break the game, to full blown alternate solutions (solutions to a problem that many don't even acknowledge exists). But most of all; people calling it out for the cash grab that it was.

This was the last in a long, long line of controversial changes to the detriment of the quality of the game. This time though, the response got ugly enough for one of the actual forum moderators to stand up and abuse his moderator powers by stealth-editing the developer's opening post by adding an additional line of text to the section that clarified the reasoning behind the change to the healing mechanic. Said added line simply stated: "also: money", a blatant jab at the conduct of the publisher and developer over the course of this history of changes aimed at pumping up the monetization in the game.

As of this writing, said moderator has been banned, the developer's one-sided idea of a 'discussion' has ended and the change has been pushed through unaltered and in full effect immediately, game-wide. Including taking effect in running PvP or PvE events close to finishing time, where people were already deeply invested into strategizing their finishing runs.

The current fallout is enormous. The developer is silent. And why wouldn't they be, when their admitted business credo is "this too shall pass":

From Al's Game Blog, article: "Handling balance changes":
"This too shall pass – While you need to expect and accept that there will be a backlash and the first couple of days will be painful, give it a few days before you judge the results. In the early days of MPQ, Ragnarok was massively overpowered and the day we changed it players were furious. A week later, it was no longer a topic of widespread conversation."

(For the record; try mentioning Ragnarok to some of the veteran players and find out just how much it is 'no longer a topic of widespread conversation'.)
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When this first came out, I really wanted to like it. Heck, when it first came out, I DID like it. I'm going to go straight to my pros and cons.

1) Classic Puzzle Quest gameplay - If you have enjoyed any of the other PQ games, the gameplay is back. You get 3 characters on your team, who provide 1-3 abilities each. It's still fun and addicting. This is not my problem with the game at all.
2) Big cast - There are 33 characters and counting in this game. Each brings something new to the table. Sure, several of the characters are different versions of the another character (there are 3 different Wolverines), but they usually play differently enough that you won't mind.

1) Poorly timed updates - In a game like this, nerfs are a fact of life. But nerfing a character in the middle of an event that focuses on that character is a jerk move. Especially now that they are introducing...
2) Tournaments with entrance fees - This might not be so bad if it had been there from the start, but as a new feature, it feels like the wrong direction for the game. To make matters worse, you can't find out the available characters for use in the tournament until AFTER paying the costs.
3) Rising costs - There are several neat features that were introduced as crutches to help players with weaker rosters, like Shields to protect against attacks in PVP and Boosts (extra starting energy or damage) to give yourself an extra edge. These started off being available at a decent price, but then skyrocketed without warning after everyone came to depend on them.
4) Speed-run - I don't know about you, but I like to play games at my own pace, and you can in this game... for the Prologue. After that, each chapter is available for a limited time and disappears at the end of that time. I completely missed Chapter 1 because of this and if you are starting now, it might be too late for you to see Chapter 2 as well. This is made worse by the fact that some of the fights in these chapters have opponents with levels over 200 (your characters are capped at 141 until you manage to level the very rarest characters) and the fact that some levels are UNPLAYABLE unless you have a specific character in your roster! Missing part of the story because you couldn't get a 4* Invisible Woman (the rarest character) is unacceptable.
5) Slow leveling - When I started playing, this was my biggest complaint, but I adapted to it. I would have still recommended this if it were the only problem. However, it is still a problem you should be aware of. Characters require THREE forms of leveling. First, you need covers acquire or level up your skills. Second, there is a very rare form of currency called Hero Points that can replace the need for covers, but you will likely need it for other purposes, because it is very rare unless you pay to buy more of it with real currency. Third, you need ISO, which is the experience of the game. At first, you'll think you are getting a ton of it, because low level characters can get a level after a fight or two. Once your characters start to get mid-level, you will need to win ~20 fights to level a single character by one level. With 30+ characters that have a max level anywhere from 50 to 230, you will need a LOT of ISO and even buying it with cash won't help because it is crazy expensive.

I love the gameplay and being able to play with Marvel superheroes. I was willing to cope with the slow leveling until the developers started making a ton of poor decisions that favored those who are insanely high-leveled or spending cash. I want to love this game, and if it had been released as a Single-Player game like all of the others, I probably would. But the way it is, I just can't.
Publicada: 29 janeiro 2014
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