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  • Summary: Explore the world of the Invizimals as the series comes to PS3 in a third-person adventure. You play Hiro, a young explorer who discovers a magical portal that teleports you to the Lost Kingdom – a land under attack from a cruel, rampaging robot army. Transform into 16 of the most popular Invizimals, using their unique powers and abilities to solve puzzles and battle against your enemies. Link up with players of Invizimals: The Alliance on PlayStation Vita to swap bonus game items and stage electrifying four-player battles via Cross-Platform play. [Playstation Europe] Expand
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  1. Oct 30, 2013
    A common third person adventure filled with platforms, combat and puzzles, and fueled by an 8-cast of Invizimals characters with their own powers and abilities that are very funny to catch not with a pokedex, but with some old-fashioned quictime events. Low difficulty and very voiced guided gameplay are an omni-presence at the gameplay, but one that is justified by the fact that this is totally a child's play/game, one really ideal to start in this Ratchet & Clank, Lara Croft adventures type of videogames.
  2. Oct 30, 2013
    Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is a platform title that has many obvious shortcomings. It's difficulty level is a joke, the controls are difficult and slow, the camera is horrid and it doesn't innovate in any respect. This game is just an attempt to use the franchise's success in a portable format.
  3. Nov 21, 2013
    As an entry to a new platform, Lost Kingdom deserved better luck. In its current state, it offers nothing more than a mediocre platform adventure game, with exclusive Invizimals and a connection to the game on the PlayStation Vita. Suited for fans and compulsive collectors, all others can just choose better.
  4. Nov 25, 2013
    It's not acceptable anymore to deliver a standard platform game and just get away with it. Invizimals has nothing special. It had potential, but the developer was too lazy to make a really big game of the huge universe.
  5. Nov 12, 2013
    Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is a borderline terrible experience which will appeal only fans of the franchise and kids alike.
  6. Jun 24, 2014
    It’s dull, barely requires the player to pay any attention, and feels like little effort has went in to refining it.

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