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Planet Monsters Review

26 January 2002
  • Excerpt: Planet Monsters for the Game Boy Advance is Titus' recent puzzle game release, which features gameplay that's highly reminiscent of the arcade classic Pengo and a storyline involving battling monsters--two key phrases that have been known as hallmarks of popular handheld games. The rather oddly thrown-together storyline in Planet Monsters places you in a world where humans have turned into cute, furry monsters and settle their disputes by battling in a series of mazelike...
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Overall 8

Planet Monsters

The Armchair Empire
22 January 2002
  • Conclusion: "Planet Monsters should provide GBA owners with plenty of enjoyment for their monetary investment." Titus Software’s Planet Monsters is a throwback game of the highest order. Fans of old-school arcade action might think “Pengo” when they first put Planet Monsters into their Gameboy Advance, and they would not be far off. Planet Monsters plays like an expanded, perfected version of that Sega classic with the penguin protagonist.
  • Pros: - Colorful graphics, - Addictive gameplay, - Great boss battles
  • Cons: - Some cheesy deaths, - On-screen map is poorly implemented, - Multi-player mode requires multiple cartridges, - No battery save (passwords are used)
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