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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (PSP)

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (PSP)
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13 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner (PSP)

 

Collecting monsters can be fun in Jewel Summoner, but the rest of the game feels like an afterthought.

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Monster Kingdom Jewel Summoner for Sony PlayStation Portable (PSP) is a role-playing game (RPG) from Atlus that has anime/manga style character design and you can tell it has Japanese influences. ...

Monster Kingdom Jewel Summoner isn’t a bad RPG, but it isn’t one of the best I have ever played either. It does some things well, but the slowness of the dialog between characters because of load time and other drawn out parts makes it less enjoyable....

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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

 

Imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, but in the case of Gaia developed Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner what we have here is nothing more than a straight up tracing paper job. Although the graphics are distinctly beefed up in comparison to...

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summon shows a lot of promise, but it spends too much of its own time wasting the player’s. Between long, overly processed battles and boring dialogue you’ll be hard pressed to make it through this game’s very cookie cutter story.

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Monster Kingdom Jewel Summoner

 

An adventure that talks the talk, but doesn't walk the walk.

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A slow battle system and some other problems leave Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner amid mediocrity.

Despite having all the makings of a good role-playing game, Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner just isn?t all that engaging. The pleasing presentation and interesting monster management elements are enough to keep you playing, but you?ll constantly be...

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Monster Kingdom Jewel Summoner

 

Dungeon exploration is very simple, with players navigating Vice from a fixed camera view that works perfectly. The team gradually learns more field abilities, which enable them to explore more parts of the dungeons. This brings great potential for...

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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

 

It's almost a given in this day and age that if something is even remotely successful, it will be replicated and repeated until it's no longer fresh and innovative. Take, for example, the phenomenon known as Pokemon. A simple RPG with an interesting...

Really, I can see where Sony and GAIA were going with Monster Kingdom. Having a PSP answer to the impending Pokemon juggernaut could hardly be called a foolish decision. What disappoints me so much is that in the end, the game could have been done so...

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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

 

Atlus is bringing over Sony's monster-rearing RPG. We take a peek at a near-final version of the game.

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Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner

 

Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner is a turn-based role playing game that features monster-based game play similar to Pokemon. "Jewel Summoners" exists in a world where monsters and humans co-existed in harmony. However, one day monsters disappeared and...

In the end, "Jewel Summoner" makes for a strong RPG. For PSP gamers looking to get a solid RPG for on-the-go gaming, "Jewel Summoner" fits the bill. While the storyline is slightly over-the-top and somewhat overplayed with dialogue portions that feel...

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Some might argue that the PSP doesn't have very many original RPGs. I'm not sure if that is true or not, but in either case, Monster Kingdom: Jewel Summoner is here to give the PSP an original RPG. As some sort of freaky mix between Final Fantasy and...

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