Reviews and Problems with Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure
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fun for all ages
CherryByte "S.R.W.", Amazon
29 October 2014
Summary: Great game, fun adventure, adorable graphics. This game was fun for both my 14yr old bro and me (I'm 26). It had a good story and wasn't too childish. I really enjoyed it and would play it again.
Summary: Now, I haven't gotten very far in this game yet, due to having so many to play on my plate, but what I have experienced is a rather charming game with a wit about it. The art style reminds me of Okage: Shadow King, which is basically an anime styled Tim Burton style. And the voice acting it has isn't half bad, either. I'd say if you're lacking games for your PSP and want something that's actually a bit more different from generic titles, pick it up and give it a whirl.
Summary: I previously owned this game, and loved it, but unfortunately lost it when I moved. I would absolutely buy from this vendor again. The price was very fair, the product arrived in exactly the condition described, and way ahead of the projected delivery date. Top marks, all around.
Summary: The game is definetly fun, but it got a little choppy at times when a lot was going on. Bosses were definetly the highlight of the game and they all did something different. There's a lot going for you if you can be bothered to get all the medals and unlockable outfits and stuff but the later levels are just copypasted from stuff you did earlier. But they added a guardsman in front of said stages you have to satisfy before he lets you in.
Summary: Gurumin is an action adventure game much like zelda but in 3D. The characters are cute and there are several items to use as well as costumes to unlock. Once you beat the game there are new characters as well as japanese voice voer to unlock as well. If you have liked nihon falcom's other games like legend of heroes you'll love Gurumin. There's a PC version available as well for those who do not have a PSP.
Summary: Gurumin is a Japanese game that was created for the PSP. The game story is about a young girl who lives in a village. While she is wandering around, she meets a young monster that lives in the area surrounding her village and he asks her to help him liberate his world. She has to do this by crossing through certain lands, defeating the creatures in each, collecting coins throughout the course and receiving a reward at the end of each one.
Summary: A nice game with fun but often challenging gameplay. The humorous dialogue is quite entertaining and helps keep it from becoming another dull hack and slash game. Overall a nice light hearted game sure to entertain.