Spectrobes: Origins is an action RPG video game developed by Genki and published by Disney Interactive Studios exclusive for the Nintendo Wii. The game release dates: August 18, 2009 (USA), September 18, 2009 (EU) and on October 4, 2009 (Au). In the game, players will use the unique Wii controls to explore vast worlds, excavate three-dimensional fossils and unravel an engaging story while discovering the key to preventing a galactic threat. While immersed in the universe as never before, players will fight enemies by controlling planetary patrol officer Rallen and commanding a Spectrobe creature at his side in large-scale, real-time battles.

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Presentation: with over 100 monsters to collect, a full trading card series to back it, a whole world and mythology and plenty of depth Spectrobes is a surprisingly full and robust world. A big generic, but robust.

Graphics: there’s nothing overly-stunning going on, but factor in the sheer amount of content and it starts to be pretty impressive just the same.

Sound: generic monster noises team with a passable soundtrack and VO where necessary. Nothing overly stunning, but it fits the game nicely.

Gameplay: the battle mechanic is great, excavation is fun, and the balance of Spectrobes and real-time switching works wonderfully. Levels can be basic, but the core combat is fast and fun.

Lasting Appeal: the style is certainly a bit generic, but if you can get past that 100+ monsters, an impressive list of options, survival modes, content sharing, and a whole lot more await. Great for kids.



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