Average Review Score:
Monster Rancher 3 Reviews
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|Thunderbolt||9/10||May 18 '03|
|Adrenaline Vault||3/5||Dec 11 '01|
|Gamesfirst||3/5||Oct 27 '01|
|GameSpot||8.4/10||Sep 21 '01|
|Gamespy||82%||Nov 10 '01|
|IGN PS2||7.9/10||Sep 27 '01|
|»Submit a review link|
Monster Rancher 3 Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|GameSpot||May 31 '01|
|GameSpot||Mar 08 '01|
|IGN PS2||Aug 23 '01|
|» Submit a preview link|
Quoted from Monster Rancher 3 Reviews:Check out these quotes from Monster Rancher 3 reviews & previews
"...this title is best recommended to someone who loves the Pokemon concept, but refuses to purchase a Game Boy or Nintendo just to participate in the phenomenon. Unfortunately, the sad truth is that Pokemon manages to provide more depth and complexity than Monster Rancher 3, leaving this product as a bit of a hard recommend."
"Monster Rancher 3 stays true to the formula from the previous two games. If some things could have been changed, you would have an awesome game."
"Pitting your monsters against your opponents is done through a system similar to the systems in the previous games, where attack techniques learned through training are exchanged between the two monsters at a cost of stamina points."
"Many of the series' mechanics have remained: Your monster still needs food and rest, and the four-weeks-per-month timeline is still in effect... will feature a huge assortment of creatures, and the manner in which you gain them is novel... One of the newer features in Monster Rancher 3 is its support of Sony's Picture Paradise technology... fans of the series will be pleased with the many options available to those who want more diversity and a new look to the proven Monster Rancher formula."
"Offering a successful mix of old and new features, Monster Rancher 3 is a solid entry in the series."
- Monster Rancher
- Monster Rancher 2
- Monster Rancher Battle Card
- Monster Rancher Battle Card: Episode II
- Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout