Neopets Petpet Adventure: The Wand of Wishing Pro Reviews
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Neopets Petpet Adventure: The Wand of Wishing Reviews2
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|GameSpot||6.5/10||Mar 29 '06|
|IGN PSP||6.9/10||Mar 24 '06|
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Neopets Petpet Adventure: The Wand of Wishing Previews
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|IGN PSP||May 20 '05|
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"Its cute and fluffy appearance is deceiving, as The Wand of Wishing turns out to be less accessible than the action RPGs it is derived from."
"May 20, 2005 - A few years ago, there were no words that went together better than "Game Boy" and "Pokemon". Pudding and pie? A distant third behind "Lewinsky" and "cigar." This thing was a phenomenon, and still is running strong today for fans of Nintendo's monster battling RPG. When PSP first came around, some of the hardcore Nintendo fans said it's never sell for one simple reason: it would not have Pokemon. Well, PSP never will have Pokemon, but it will have another of these rampant creature-raising games that are still all the rage. Sony licensed the popular web-based creature phenomenon in 2003 for a regular PlayStation game that never got much notice and eventually disappeared altogether, but at this year's E3, SCEA has re-dedicated itself to Neopets with all-new games for PlayStation 2 and PSP in development at SCE Santa Monica and its related studios. For the PSP edition, called Neopets Petpet Adventure: The Wand of the Wishing, the development team has created a top-down action-RPG similar to Untold Legends. Your Petpet can be armed with any of a multitude of weapons, as they battle with swords, axes and other dangerous instruments that usually shouldn't be in the hands of cute furry creatures through sprawling levels full of danger. The game will come off at first glance as a kids' RPG, and it is meant to capture that mass market audience of females and other casual gamers who have found themselves drawn towards the Neopets world, but there will also be significant challenges along the way. There will also be a wide-reaching story to play through, where you can talk to non-playable characters to get info and tasks for your journey. In all, there will be hundreds of items to collect along the way, where you will meet Petpets of various Neopoint levels as well as meet up with some of the Neopets' more regular characters. Of course, it wouldn't be a creature-raising game of if there wasn't the ability to pit your Neopets against each other. The PSP has a full Battle Dome feature for fellow Neopets collectors to fight against each other using the spells and weapons they have collected. Although we have not been able to play in the Battle Dome, the producers of the game say that it should play with familiar rules to the fighting system fans of the web game are used to. The version of the game on the E3 show floor was the first alpha demo of the title, about 40% of its way through development. Gameplay control is still a little rough, especially for those used to fast-action Untold Legends combat -- the PSP Neopets didn't blend its action moves together for combo attacks just yet, but did have the beginnings of its combat system for the dungeon crawling action. In our demo of the game, we were in a cavernous area of icy blue depths and towering white cliffs. There weren't a lot of effects in yet to jazz up the level, but the Petpets themselves were bright and colorful as they went at each other in vicious yet cute combat. Neopets: The Wand of the Wishing for PSP releases this winter, so if you're working towards a level 50 Petpet in the web game, stay tuned for updates on the handheld version. "
"Petpet Adventures has so many good ideas in it that it's a shame that it doesn't come together as a whole. The many different details that affect the Petpets are very interesting and in a bigger adventure they could have had a bigger impact. Many of the pieces are in place, they just need a home. But problems aside, the lush levels and the general action keep the game moving along at a good pace for the 10 hours or so it takes to complete."
- does anyone know any cheats 
- wheres the earth guardian's realm? 
- Bandit Lieutenant 
- lost journal quest/shadow island 
- The Mines 
- How to turn your petpet blue!!! 
- How to use other magic? 
- Bandit leutenant, second battle. Help! 
- Anybody to share the outcome of this game ( What is the ending like?) 
- help 
- *CLOUD PLAINS STAGE HELP NEEDED* 
- Game Completed : What is the ' actual' ending for this game?