Summary: When I first heard of this game in GameInformer they described it as Metroid with Pokemon. Now that I've played it I can't say that I agree. Monster Tale is a Metroidvania where you travel with a little monster guy that attacks enemies.
Summary: DS games are plentiful as fish in an ocean, but sometimes you wanna find something you don't normally see. Not to say that Monster Tale is out of the norm as a game, but i hardly doubt a lot of people have seen or heard of this ( unless you lounge around on the internet all day).
Summary: The Good: *Great for old-school platformer fans *Fun characters *You get lots of power-ups so the game rewards you as you progress. *Catchy music overall *Good game for all ages The Bad: *Wow, you really have to back-track a lot in this game. It's as my friend would say back home "ridunkulous.
Summary: I bought my daughter (elementary school age) a 3DS and loved it so much that I went back and bought one for myself (definitely not elementary school age). Monster Tale is one of the few games that I find myself reaching for continually.
Summary: I bought this game for my daughter. You can be several characters, including the little bear, a fox, a walrus and maybe some others. Once you pick your character, you just kinda wander around the ice and water, keeping away from the "bad guys.
Summary: Monster Tale tells the story of a young girl named Ellie who, along with her monster companion:Chomp, must stop the evil kid-kings from taking over Monster World completely. As you might have guessed from other reviews here, Monster Tale is a game quite like Metroid or Castlevania in which you...
Summary: I've been greatly surprised by this title that will sadly and probably stay underplayed and underrecognised. It's a nice platformer of the "metroidvania" style, where you gradually progress in an open envirronements.