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Neopets: The Darkest Faerie
10 September 2010
Excerpt: Developer - Idol minds Publisher - Sony Features 1-player Memory card - 165KB Analog control Vibration function Pressure sensitive What do you get when “Everquest” and “The Legend of Zelda” have a baby? The answer is a game called Neopets: The Darkest Faerie.
Excerpt: Neopets: The Darkest Faerie takes those collectible creatures that started hitting the American market a couple of years ago and puts them in their first action adventure game. Visually, The Darkest Faerie fits the mystical, fantasy-like world you would expect to see from the settings described in...
Excerpt: In late 2005, the Neopets made their jump to the PlayStation 2 console with the release of Neopets: The Darkest Faerie . The game is an action adventure where hardcore Neopets fans and younger audiences might find some enjoyment, but anyone else may want to pass on this title.
Summary: Neopets: The Darkest Faerie is an action/adventure game available exclusively for the PS2 that extends the online entertainment of Neopets.com and provides a fully interactive offline experience.
Excerpt: Ever since they opened for business, Neopets.com has been a popular phenomenon. With Neopets, visitors can create a Tamagotchi-like creature to take care of on the website. Because of its immense popularity, the next step of turning the concept into a videogame was obvious; enter
Summary: Taking players on an adventure through some
magical worlds, Neopets: The Darkest Faerie is a decent RPG style adventure
based on the popular cartoon's cast of characters. There's a solid quest with
loads of mini-games in addition to the main quest.
Excerpt: For the first time, though, Neofans can experience Neopia in fully-realized 3D. The Darkest Faerie, set primarily in the country of Meridell, tells the tale of Tormund, a country-bumpkin Lupe (an anthropomorphic dog of sorts) who longs to be a knight, and Roberta, an Acara who serves as a young...
Conclusion: The replay factor will clearly depend on the player. For those that love Neopets then this game will be played for a very long time to come. For the rest though, there isn’t too much to do once the quest has been completed and because of the lackluster combat system, it’s doubtful too many people...