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Invizimals with Camera and Trap £17.96 @ Amazon [PSP Games]

Marius Goubert
Invizimals, PSP games

Invizimals with Camera and Trap £17.96 @ Amazon [PSP Games]Although some of its concepts have been shamelessly lifted from the good old Pokémon series, there is little doubt that Invizimals on the PSP is game which will provide kids with many hours of fun and entertainment.

This could certainly make a good Christmas present to keep the kids amused on Christmas day when all you really want to do is sit back and get hammered. So, if you have a PSP knocking about, you can currently get hold of a copy of Invizimals plus the PSP Go! Camera for just £17.96 from Amazon. According to price comparison, the next best deal comes in at £26.85 from Shopto, so this offers you the chance to make a great saving.

If you’ve not seen the advert, Invizimals is a game where kids can collect various quirky monsters with names like the Porcupain or Bearserker and, through the lens of the PSP GO! camera, can watch as they fight it out in the real world. The story behind the game centres upon the character of Kenichi: a Sony employee who has discovered that the PSP camera can detect life forms invisible to the human eye. Supposedly roped in to help with his studies, the player is then charged with coaxing these unusual critters out of hiding.

Actually finding the various monsters becomes a fun little mini-game in itself. The player must locate specific triggers which the Invizimals will respond to, such as a something of a particular colour, meaning that the game sends you traipsing round the house looking for various items.

When you do catch the critters using the trap provided, you can start entering them into battles with friends in order to level them up and, ultimately, the idea is to try and get the most powerful selection of Invizimals possible. Invizimals with Camera and Trap £17.96 @ Amazon [PSP Games]Although adults might find the game novel and fun initially, the amount of perseverance required can be off putting and in the end; this one is more for the kids.

Thanks to Dalkirst from Hotukdeals.

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Add a comment3 comments
Gunn  Nov. 18, 2009 at 16:20

Good price and I do like the idea of this.

Emma Kelly  Nov. 19, 2009 at 20:22

Amazon now expired, but seems to be at tesco for that price:

Sarah Louise  Nov. 20, 2009 at 19:06

Tesco is excellent price - everywhere else is double the price


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