Parents' Guide to

WWE Champions Free Puzzle RPG

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Shallow but fun puzzle battle game for wrestling fans only.

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Is It Any Good?

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While this game expertly combines elements of a match-3 puzzler with a fighting game, its shallowness ultimately makes it dull for anyone not into wrestling. In WWE Champions Free Puzzle RPG, players have to match three gems of the same shape and color. Doing so causes their chosen wrestler to attack his opponent, who can either be another player or the computer. Matching certain colored gems also fills up meters that, when full, give you special attacks. Ultimately, you either have to smack your adversary until they run out of health or you can pin them. Players also have access to a wide variety of past and present WWE superstars, all of whom can have their skills upgraded with points you earn. But while this can be fun, especially if you're a big WWE fan, people more into it for puzzle parts will quickly lose interest because this only get about as complex and challenging as the tutorial levels of a dedicated match-3 game. Also, the music is atrocious. And yet, if you're into wrestling -- and really, why would you play this otherwise? -- WWE Champions Free Puzzle RPG is a fun way to get your favorite gladiators to obey your every whim.

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