Summary: I have played all three Spectrobe games and this is by far my favorite. This Spectrobe game changes game play from the first two, with you fighting with your creature.The controls on the WII are excellent and enjoyable. It adds excitement to battles( no more useless Rallen) along with two new Spectrobe classes, a special Spectrobe you can ride AND YOU CAN FINALLY CHOSE TO PLAY AS JEENA. I have two complaints that dampened the game for me. 1.
Summary: I admit I only bought this game because I was trying to qualify for the free shipping on another purchase and I wanted a Wii game with an RPG element in my collection. The game started off a bit modestly and began to pick up. The emphasis is much more on the action than the RPG, but I'm really glad I bought this game.
Summary: I saw this game and thought it reminded me of Pokemon and Digimon but was really disappointed when I started to play the game. It wasn't my style and completely was the opposite of what I had witnessed from online videos. It just wasn't for me and not something I should have purchased.
Summary: When I bought it as a used game for cheap I didn't expect much out of it, but it turned out a lot better then I originally thought. The gameplay can be slow and sometimes you have to backtrack but in general it's pretty smooth. The main point of the game is that it's a real time monster battler and it does that part well, you collect creatures call Spectrobes you raise them/ level them until they are good for battle and there are multiple attributes like: water, fire,...
Summary: Not much to write about this game, so I'll pro-con it. Pros- Exploring is fun. Good control. I loved excavating fossils. Cons. Bad voice acting. Bad graphics. Boring. This is an obscure third party title that is a hack and slash, but a boring hack and slash at that. I was really disappointed with this and gave it 2 hours play at best. It's really boring.
Summary: Let's face it, if you enjoy RPG's the Wii isn't exactly the first console choice and lacks an abundance of this genre of game. However, "Spectrobes Origins" definitely surprised me. The storyline is ok, but the combat style is more action based and the kicker are those interesting Spectrobes. In order to revive a Spectrobe, you must first scan and chisel away at it's fossil with tools such as a laser, hammer, drill, and blower.