Monster Lab

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Nov 26, 2008

Monster Lab by InuYasha at 3:33 PM (3,041 Views / 0 Likes) 15 replies

  1. InuYasha
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    Pretty good game so far from what i've played,anyone else enjoying this title?
     
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    does it have wi-fi ?
     
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    Yes I think it does......
     
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    cool gave tha game a try
    enjoying the title
     
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    It's a pretty addictive game thats for sure,I just recently made my monster a squash head.....
     
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    Yeah, I was diggin' it over the last night or so. It's got an addictive quality. But I wish it was a bit more clear about what parts do what amounts of damage and such. For instance, though certain parts, when highlighted lighter, are supposed to do more damage -- and their damage stat is even higher than other parts -- they'll still often do less damage than parts that are highlighted lighter with a lower damage stat. Seems a bit haphazard, though it could just be my imagination. Plus, it's pretty repetitive. Some mini-games are a real chore, yet you have to do them over and over again in order to progress.

    I'll keep it around for when I'm desperate, but for now, I've moved on.
     
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    I agree it does get repetitive but it's a nice change up from playing LA2 or whatever other game i'm in to......
     
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    The game doesn't work on R4, guess i have to try the arm7 fix.
     
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    What's this game about?

    Sounds interesting... [​IMG]
     
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    You play as a robot/monster and you work for a mad scientist. There's an evil mad scientist who you have to defeat.
    Its a turn based RPG and you get to change the parts of your monster/robot like Custom Robo Arena.

    I hope you understood some of that.
     
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    except in custom robo you can run around the arena

    I only reached the third area what about you all ?
    Do you guys create multiple robots or keep editing the same old robot/monster ?
     
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    I understood everything that you said and you got me even more interested... [​IMG]
    Can you give me an example of what it's like compared to another game?
    (I am at work and every single game site that I look at is blocked. I have no idea why this one isn't, but I'm on it!)

    I wrote myself an e-mail so I can check it out when I get home.
     
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    yah, you have to do the arm7 fix, i did too..

    but you don't get to use multiplayer.. *sigh*
     
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    You need arm7 to fix Sonic Chronicles, too, but I was introduced to YSmenu instead of the original R4 firmware and I did not need to patch Sonic.
    (I own an R4, but I don't use the R4 firmware. I use YSmenu, which isn't as cool as the original R4 firmware, but it works.)
     
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    I havn't been playing it latly,i've been sucked into LA2 for some odd reason....
     

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