Monster Rancher 4 review
Variety and an ability to hold my interest for hours on end.The bad:
Menu design needs a bit of work and Monster Retirement was a bummer for me. I'm used to maxing out my characters so I have a hard time accepting when something gets "too old" to keep around.Summary:
Darn I'm a sucker for a good time consuming RPG, and this definitely fits into that category...
I've never played MR1, 2 or 3; so this was a new experience (and kind of reminded me of pokemon for gameboy in design), but the experience was and still is great
The story line was cheesy and predictable, except for one plot twist I didn't foresee... but entertaining enough despite the simplicity.
Whoever came up with the idea to use existing CD/DVD's was a clever punk. This "mini-game" alone has occupied much of my time.
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