Reviews and Problems with Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure
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Fun & Adorable Action JRPG platformer
23 February 2015
Summary: I bought this game via the Playstation store for my PS Vita. It's an action JRPG/ platformed that is a little bit like a Zelda game. There is no leveling up, just a weapon that can be expanded with new attacks and power-ups. You play as a little girl gone to a small village to stay with her grandpa.
Summary: This game is pretty good for the price I paid for it. worth playing through maybe once or twice but no more than that. The enemies are repeated, but other than that it has a cute story (as predictable as it is) and it has some fun fighting scenes. It can be frustrating at times though.
Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in the world", Amazon
13 July 2009
Summary: Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure PSP lets you enjoy a cartoon style RPG with explosions, puzzles, and some low key fun. Rated E10+ for mild cartoon violence. I greatly appreciate the idea of having easy-playing RPGs to introduce new players to this type of game.
Summary: Gurumin is something that I've been waiting for a long time on the PSP for: A solid action-platformer. Gurumin delivers on all fronts, providing fun gameplay, superb music and fantastic visuals. I would recommend it if you don't mind the "kiddy" visuals.
Summary: Hoy me ha dado por escribir mi opinión sobre diferentes juegos para la videoconsola PSP, los cuales he probado durante un rato o me he pasado (los menos). En esta opinión hablaré sobre el juego con el que estoy actualmente, Gurumin.