Summary: putting those 2 together would sound about right for how this game works in theory, alot of monsters are found and combined together to make one solid game, i thoroughly enjoyed the visuals of this game and i am a big fan even though it is somewhat rare.
Summary: This is a game that I truly enjoyed, and I'm rather sad that this game hasn't gotten as much publicity as it deserved. Here's the gist of the game with no spoilers: You're a Beasthunter named Kahu. A Beasthunter fights dark forces called Kalma. They do so using powerful creatures called Divine Beasts. In this game, you collect Divine Beasts, train them, battle Kalma with them, and go on adventures!
Summary: During the early days of PS2 releases, the Pokemon craze was finally dying down and most of its oh-so ridiculously loyal adolescent following were finally sprouting up and jumping ship. Ironically, that's around the same time that this remarkable little game hit US shelves. It may not be as highly acclaimed as others, but it truly holds its own as far as original storyline, characters and customization. First off, you can only carry 8 monsters, Pokemon let you have 9.