Reviews for Bejeweled 3 (NA) [Legacy]



captainstark | Jan. 27, 2013 | See all captainstark's reviews »

The best Bejeweled in the series so far - it adds so much more to the game: Zen mode allows for relaxation, whilst playing, Quest Mode allows players to complete several series of minigames and Lightning Mode - the PC game's answer to Bejeweled Blitz for the smartphone and social media platforms - allows for the fast paced action we all know and love. Yet, the game also doesn't drop the Classic Mode just yet, which is just as fun as it always has been. My only improvement is that Facebook integration would have been nice, but seriously, that shouldn't stop you from buying this seriously addictive game!


Full featured puzzler

das_regal | Oct. 3, 2012 | See all das_regal's reviews »

If you liked previous entries of Bejeweled, this game takes their premise and runs with it. Bejeweled 3 is extremely fleshed out, there are tons of different modes to play, oodles of customization, and even a achievement-like badges system to serve as a carrot for you to chase after. The difficulty level ratchets up perfectly, and gives you control of its progression as well. Everything feels far more varied than the game modes felt in Bejeweled 2. This is a much better game, and feels a lot closer to the standard that Popcap set for itself with Plants versus Zombies. The presentation is flawless as well. Both the sound and the visuals are pleasing. I can recommend this game to just about anyone as it serves hardcore and casual puzzle audiences equally as well.


A solid puzzler

Cooberstooge | Sept. 7, 2012 | See all Cooberstooge's reviews »

Bejeweled has always been a fantastic series of puzzle games, and this latest entry is no different. There's far more game modes this time around, with heavily updated HD graphics to tantalize your puzzling taste buds. You can modify the heck out of the game this time around, too, and truly make it into your own experience - don't like a sound...change it! The puzzles in this edition are once again difficult without being complete brain breaking insanity, and there's always that "just one more" feel to it that won't let you stop. There's badges to earn for record times, secret levels to discover (that are often insanely hard...aka..."time to pull out your hair"), and the ability to play Bejeweled as it originally was, but much updated for today's gamers. Definitely recommend this one, especially for those who love intense puzzle games.