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Graffiti Kingdom- PS2

Graffiti Kingdom- PS2
alaScore 83

16 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the Graffiti Kingdom- PS2 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 16 reviews)

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Graffiti Kingdom (PlayStation 2)

 

Graffiti Kingdom is a pseudo-sequel to Magic Pengel, a creature-battling game released in 2003. Like Magic Pengel, Graffiti Kingdom lets you create your own unique creatures to use in battle, but this time around the draw mode is much more robust and...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

Imagination is the Key.

The real "draw" in Graffiti Kingdom is the character creation itself. You can create up to 144 Unique Characters and save them on one memory card. Draw anything you like, it will become reality. Once you have created them, give them Karate moves, fire...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

Graffiti Kingdom is an overtly cute, sometimes cuddly and other times obnoxious, cartoon-like adventure that has you drawing and painting your way through a cheesy kingdom, sloppily or diligently sketching out your own characters or modifying stock...

Graffiti Kingdom is an overtly cute, sometimes cuddly and other times obnoxious, cartoon-like adventure that has you drawing and painting your way through a cheesy kingdom, sloppily or diligently sketching out your own characters or modifying stock...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

You know your system has a lot of role-playing games when companies start branching off into weird sub-genres, like Graffiti Kingdom, an RPG with a heavy emphasis on art. Oh sure, there are plenty of games out there that have pushed the boundaries of...

Despite it's repetitive game play and shallow story, Graffiti Kingdom manages to be one of the most unique games of the year. If you've ever wanted to see your artwork come to life and take on the demons of the world, then Graffiti Kingdom should be...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

Strangely though, from what screenshots have revealed thus far, Graffiti Kingdom actually appears as if it lost the magic that Magic Pengel once held intact. Magic Pengel was a cel-shaded RPG that allowed you to roam a restricted island habitat where...

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Graffiti Kingdom on Playstation 2

 

If you draw it, they will come

Graffiti Kingdom has its share of flaws. Challenge is practically nonexistent, and while there's a lot to do by sketching and using different doodles, most of the game can be completed with one decent creation. This doesn't prepare players for the one...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

When art attacks!

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Graffiti Kingdom - ps2

 

However, as I've already said, it's difficult and time consuming, which sucks a lot of the fun right out of it. I have a hard time seeing younger kids actually having the patience to even have much fun with it, which is really bad news for Graffiti...

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Graffiti Kingdom

 

I would love to see a game use this creation engine, but involve it with a more in depth game with better features. As it stands this is about as good as it gets for this theme and if you have an open mind you may find yourself addicted in no time....

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Graffiti Kingdom Review for the PS2

 

A random act of vandalism.

Cool creation tools; Card collecting

Overly simple gameplay; Repetitive button-mashing; Annoying effects

We'd like to give credit to Graffiti Kingdom's designers for sticking with a daring concept, but then they went and surrounded it with a mindless action shell. Overly repetitive, simplistic gameplay dominates the landscape, and only the monster creator...

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