Conclusion: Chibi-Robo is a game that manages to charm the crap out of you with its cute audio design and vibrant cast of characters. It also manages at times to give off a real sense of accomplishment as you explore each area of the house collecting items and completing quests. Although it isn't the longest or most technologically flashy game out there, Chibi-Robo should at least prove to be a highly entertaining experience for the gamer who's interested.
Excerpt: Chibi-Robo is the story of a small robot on a quest to spread happiness. Along the way he will meet a wide variety of characters and explore a house full of wonders. Is this just an exercise in household chores or is there more behind the cute little robot themed game?
Pros: Unique, funny, and charming, Awesome characters, Good mix of gameplay
Cons: Too cute too stomach, Somewhat short, Slower-paced
Excerpt: Ten years ago, outside of Japan, a game like Chibi-Robo would only be available to the most hardcore. Only those who shelled out the money for an import system and took a chance on ordering an obscure and quirky title in the back of a game magazine would discover a game such as this.
Excerpt: I'll admit it. I was among the large group of people that were skeptical about how Chibi Robo would turn out when I heard about it. Even upon seeing the box art and reading the manual, I was still skeptical about how entertaining Chibi Robo would be. However, despite its overly cute veneer and slow-paced low-action gameplay style, Chibi Robo is a game where those who are willing to give it a try will find that there is much more to it than meets the eye.