Puzzle Quest developer Infinite Interactive has strongly suggested it will be making more games in its popular puzzler/RPG hybrid series.
Do you think price should come into it when we're reviewing mobile and download games, or do you think a game should always be judged on its own merits solely? It's an issue that never goes away, and few people ever seem to agree one way or the other.
When we were covering Android games alongside iOS games, it was a fairly simple equation, because the pricing models are more or less the same, but with the arrival of Windows Phone 7 games, it's no longer that easy. Quite often we're judging games on Microsoft's platform that are three or four times the price of comparable titles, and it's tempting to growl on about the fact.
Then again, since when did £2.49 become 'expensive'? Is £5.49 really an unreasonable price to pay for something that we'd happily shell out £20 for on the DS? Of course not, but we've been spoiled rotten this past couple of years and occasionally we lose perspective. On that note, here's the latest crop of ludicrously cheap games for your delectation.
Infinite Interactive has announced that it plans to release Puzzle Quest 2 for PSP "towards the end of 2010 for download via the PlayStation Store".