Marvel Puzzle Quest Celebrates Second Anniversary with New Characters and Television Commercial

In today’s gaming world it is becoming rarer and rarer for game publishers to even bother with a traditional television commercial- unless it is a game by King.  Well, the team at D3 Go! have decided to do just that for their title, Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign which is celebrating its second year.  D3 is not stopping there, though a commercial is somewhat a reason to celebrate since it shows they are supporting an older title, but they are also adding new characters as we enter the second year.  If you are not a match 3 fan then this all means nothing to you, for everyone else though, read on.

Starting on October 8th we will start to see new updates to Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign.  We will see three different tournaments including Galactus Boss Battle Event, Class of 2015 Tournament and a Devil Dinosaur Tournament (bringing Devil Dinosaur back to Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign).  The fun doesn’t stop there though, players will receive Red Hulk and classic Cyclops in their available characters selection.  Everyone will receive a special token in the game called the Double-Iso which will be available in many of the game modes, excluding the prologue.

Marking the second anniversary D3 will also be offering special pricing on Anniversary character packs and other discounts on in app purchases.  This may be a good time for anyone that has been grinding to skip some of that endless process and get some neat things cheap.

Another way D3 are celebrating this special event is by launching a bonafide television commercial.  D3 have tapped a mainstay Marvel actor in Lou Ferrigno, who played the iconic role of The Incredible Hulk in the 80’s tv show of the same name.  Lou makes what is a little more than a cameo but it gets the point across and is fun, something advertisers have forgotten how to do with their ads.

Check out our review of Marvel Puzzle Quest: Dark Reign here.

Head to or the iTunes App Store to grab your copy of Marvel Puzzle Quest.

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