Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed 3DS

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  • Summary: In this all-new, fresh and friendly, monster-ific adventure, you get to help Katsuma and the rest of the Moshi menagerie save the world from the evil schemes of Dr. Strangeglove and his destructive robot Moshlings by bashing and dashing their way through six worlds, packed with intenseIn this all-new, fresh and friendly, monster-ific adventure, you get to help Katsuma and the rest of the Moshi menagerie save the world from the evil schemes of Dr. Strangeglove and his destructive robot Moshlings by bashing and dashing their way through six worlds, packed with intense battles, wild boss showdowns and glittering treasures to discover. Expand
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  1. Dec 15, 2013
    82
    Moshi Monsters Katsuma Unleashed targets a younger audience but older gamers will also enjoy the side scrolling nature of an earlier time of gaming.
  2. 80
    Overall, Katsuma Unleashed is a good fit for most kids and is worth looking into if you’re an adult who is looking for a fun platformer.
  3. Official Nintendo Magazine UK
    Dec 29, 2013
    25
    The doodads don't even make a noise, for pity's sake. [Dec 2013, p.88]
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  1. Sep 21, 2016
    1
    A prime example of a corporate cash-in on a popular franchise, Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed is an obviously rushed and overall boringA prime example of a corporate cash-in on a popular franchise, Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed is an obviously rushed and overall boring game. It's a sidescrolling platformer in which you control Katsuma, a cat-like Moshi Monster. It's basically just watered down Super Mario Bros. with no tight platforming or challenge involved. I get this game is targeted at kids, but I even think they would find it boring. For one, the game has no visual flair, with levels looking much to similar to catch a child's eye. Secondly, the game is needlessly long. And third, your basically doing the same thing every level with no variation, just making small jumps and fighting weak enemies. Even when boss fights feel like they're going to mix things up, they don't. In conclusion, the only people who I think can get any enjoyment out of it is Moshi Monster fans but even then, it's a limited appeal. The best thing this game has to offer is a code included with it for an exclusive Moshi Monster. You'll probably get more enjoyment out of that than you will the actual game. Expand