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Invizimals (PSP)

Invizimals (PSP)
alaScore 90

51 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Invizimals (PSP)

 

Creatures made of pure energy are all around us, invisible to the naked eye. Luckily for us, a brilliant engineer at PSP R&D has figured out how to detect these creatures using Sony's handheld and a PSP camera. Seeing these elemental creatures on your...

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Sony throws it hat into the monster capturing market that Pokemon dominates with Invizimals. Will Sony be able to capture gamers away from Pokemon or will it blast off like Team Rocket's fail schemes?

Even with its glitches, weak story, and easy ways to cheat, Invizimals still manages to impress me with its inventive gameplay and use of technology. Inivizmals unfortunately cannot compete with the monster of a franchise that is Pokemon, but in no way...

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Invizimals: The Lost Tribes review…

 

If there's one thing game developers have cottoned onto since the '90s, it's that children and adults both love to obsess over tracking down, capturing and fighting small virtual monsters. The third title in its series, Invizimals: The Lost Tribes...

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I've played a lot of Pokémon. This ain't no Pokémon.

Fighting monsters on your tables!; Camera can pan around creatures

Fighting is as simple as possible; No customization; Story sequences are a joke; Even the game itself says to stop playing

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Invizimals wows for a while with its augmented-reality visuals, but the limits of the technology and some baffling design decisions soon shatter the illusion.

Augmented-reality visuals are impressive when they work properly ; Some fun capturing minigames ; Battling has some engaging light strategy ; Entertaining live-action scenes

Many capturing minigames don't always work properly ; Color and movement demands are frustrating and easy to cheat ; Graphics often glitch out

The capture process isn't over once you scan for and locate an invizimal, either. Each invizimal has a minigame you must complete before it's successfully trapped and added to your collection. Many of these are engaging little games that make you feel...

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Invizimals

 

What's that coming over the hill? Is it a monster?

Great creature design ; Hunting everyday spaces for beasties ; Will keep kids amused for ages

Will only appeal to youngsters ; Battles are a bit rudimentary ; Story isn't too engaging

That the actual game underpinning Invizimals is pretty shallow is of little importance. This is a title aimed squarely at younger, more casual players, so it’s the game's ability to keep mouths agape that really matters here. After all what could be...

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[E3 2009] Visible Aminals

 

Invizimals has a crazy name and even crazier gameplay. PSP + Camera + Augmented Reality, Whaaa?

That, along with the fact that the PSP go uses a completely different set of ports, are the two biggest hurdles for US players right now. The game has a full go-ahead in Europe where it's being made, but SCEA has yet to lock down a release date on this...

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PSP Review – BUZZ! Master Quiz

 

BUZZ! Master Quiz is the series first appearance on the PSP. BUZZ! veterans will be the first to realize one of the games major features is missing, th

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Invizimals

 

Innovative, camera-based monster battler with mild violence.

Parents need to know that Invizimals is a Pokemon-like monster collection and battle game, but that it is geared for a slightly older audience (one of the Invizimals has a flatulence attack). As with the Pokemon games, players may receive mixed...

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