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  • Summary: Prepare yourself for fun on the run as the hunt for Invizimals becomes ubiquitous. Little and mysterious, these creatures live all around us but only your PS Vita can see them. Follow Invizimals through your garden, on the bus or in the playground, capturing your favourites to build a collection of 140 classic and new creatures. Link up with players of Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom on PS3 via the Cross-Play feature, stage frenzied four-player battles and trade even more Invizimals. [Playstation Europe] Expand
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  1. Oct 31, 2013
    86
    The Alliance is the franchise's next natural step on PlayStation Vita, a children's title that will be enjoyed by all members of the family. The new augmented reality feature will make you believe the InviZimals are real, producing an incredible immersion effect. Varied, visually correct and with more than 100 of these animals for capturing. It's a lot of fun.
  2. 80
    InviZimals is a good buy for kids. It’s a game with lots of different characters and lots to do, and will keep kids busy and entertained. Adults may even find the AR technology and use of various inputs interesting and the world of little InviZimals rather charming.
  3. Nov 7, 2013
    75
    Quotation forthcoming.
  4. Oct 28, 2013
    70
    After three games on PSP the series jumps on a new train and breaks from its Augmented Reality chains. Now you can hunt Invizimalz everywhere, but despite this new feature, The Alliance is just the usual game.
  5. Nov 21, 2013
    70
    The alliance is a unique, different, and very smart product, able to capture the imagination of youngsters. In terms of execution is far from perfect, but that does not take away it’s merit, the team from Barcelona managed to take a different idea, evolve it, and turn it into a phenomenon that already exceeds the field of videogames. The transition to the Vita was inevitable; Invizimals: The Alliance is at home on Sony's portable.
  6. Apr 12, 2014
    60
    It's just a real shame, then, that once you’re done with the story, there’s not much more to see unless you've got the urge to catch 'em all or run with the big dogs online.
  7. Oct 23, 2014
    42
    I suspect that a lot of these issues may be solved when the next game in the franchise, Invizimals: The Resistance, arrives with its card-free ways, but at present, that's still a barrier to entry, and it's a big enough barrier that you'd be wiser to just wait for The Resistance to wash up on North American shores than to invest your energy in this entry in the series.

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