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By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 10+

Innovative, camera-based monster battler with mild violence.

Game PSP 2010
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Invizimals can be loads of fun, especially if you can get up and move around your environment to go looking for new monsters and have a good flat area on which to set up your card for fights. The combat is complex enough to offer a challenge even to veterans of the monster battler genre, and the Invizimals are a highly diverse lot with interesting little personalities that come through both while being captured and in battle.

The only thing that may turn off some players is the narrative. Set in the real world using real actors, the game's story features an awful lot of lengthy scenes that are a mix of cornball humor and overly dramatic acting. It's the sort of thing most people will either love or hate. If you happen to love it -- and you also have a passion for monster battling games -- then there's every reason to believe you'll have a blast with Invizimals.

Online interaction: This game supports head-to-head online play against one other opponent. There is no communication; players simply pit their Invizimals in fights against each other or trade items that they've collected.

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