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Monster Lab PS2 Reviewed  - Monster Lab PS2 Reviewed
Sun, February 15 2009 | 12:00PM | PermaLink Feedback?
"Today I'm checking out Monster lab for the Playstation 2 console, and it's certainly a game that doesn't fit squarely in any genre of gaming, it's got aspects of role playing, puzzles and even action and adventure mixed in for a nice rounded out game. If you didn't figure out from the title, the idea behind Monster Lab is to create monsters, and you get to do it Frankenstein style and you're creations are truly nightmarish or frankensteinish made up of a hodgepodge of parts that you find and combine together on your adventures.. In the game you create and battle you monster up against other monsters you encounter, the actual fighting is turn based, role playing style, so there's no button mashing involved. One thing that keeps the game fun and interesting is the ability to create, and upgrade your monsters as you play, then there's also many mini-games as well that make it even more fun and that keeps things from getting tedious or repetitive. Monster Lab might sound like a kids game, but I had quite a bit of fun playing it, and it's got a lot of things going for it, and a few things that aren't handled so well either, but the pros heavily outweigh the cons of this game. Overall it's a well thought out and nicely designed game, that looks and plays well and should keep your attention for quite a while. "
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