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GF Rating
5.9

358 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

Great game for many ages!

posted by bobafett12 (STAUNTON, VA) Nov 24, 2008

Member since Feb 2008

I was a bit skeptical of this game when I first got it, but am enjoying it immensely. It's got a ton of variety while remaining quite easy to pick up and play for someone of all ages. In it, you create monsters to go fight other monsters. It sounds a bit repetitive, but the minigames that let you create brand new monster parts are pretty fun and challenging. Then, the reward comes with making your own new monster with your parts! It's a very enjoyable game!

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

great to the end

posted by steven45 (SPOKANE VALLEY, WA) Nov 21, 2008

Member since May 2005

5 out of 6 gamers (83%) found this review helpful

this game was really fun until i beat the game, without any quests it has a low replay ability, but besides that it is awesome, i hope you at least give it a try

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Shockingly Entertaining

posted by Krow722 (WISCONSIN DELLS, WI) Apr 26, 2010

Member since Oct 2009

I thought this game would be lame but, I was totally wrong. It's like a beginners edition of an RPG. You defeat monsters to find ingredients. You combine the ingredients (through 12 different mini-games) to create parts to build a more powerful monster. The number of ingredients you can collect seems almost endless, as does the parts that you can create with them. Don't expect a very robust storyline though.

I thought this would be a game that I sat down to play for a day and would send back. I played for 2 hours one night - then learned the next day that I was addicted to it. At the very least, you can rent the game...figure out where to buy it later. :)

The downside of it is that it is not a very long game. You're looking at maybe 15-20 hours. However, with the many possible combinations of items, you can replay it a few times, I'm sure.

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