Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure PSP

  • Publisher: Mastiff
  • Release Date: Feb 12, 2007
  • Also On: PC
Gurumin: A Monstrous Adventure Image
Metascore
78

Generally favorable reviews - based on 41 Critics

User Score
7.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 19 Ratings

Summary: Gurumin stars a strong-willed girl named Parin, who is sent to live with her grandfather in a small mining town while her parents are off excavating an ancient ruin. With no other children living in this town, Parin is surprised one day to encounter a young girl being tormented by a stray dog. After Parin drives off the mongrel, she is shocked to discover the young girl is actually a monster, and like all monsters, invisible to adults. Parin is soon invited to pass through a crack in the wall behind her home and enter Monster Village. Parin has just started making monster friends when evil spirits, known as the Phantoms, invade the village and monsternap most of the inhabitants. Parin soon learns of the Legendary Drill, a weapon hidden underneath the village and, in the right hands, powerful enough to destroy the Phantoms. Thus begins Parin's quest to reclaim the Legendary Drill and set the world right. Features Non-linear game play set in vast world with a variety of stages in different environments. 23 non-player characters, 48 unique enemies, and over 90 items to collect. Destroy everything in your path with your legendary drill: almost all objects are destructible, and many hide money and valuable items. [Mastiff Games]
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Rating: E10+
Official Site: http://www.gurumin.us
Developer: Falcom
Genre(s): Role-Playing
Number of Players:1 Player
ESRB Descriptors:Mild Fantasy Violence, Mild Suggestive Themes, Tobacco Reference
Cast Credit
Steve Blum Voice Of Motoro/Bob
Amber Hood Voice Of Parin (English)
Mika Hayashi Director
Kris Zimmerman Salter Voice Of Honorary Woof And Casting, And Voice Direction
Hayato Sonoda Music & Sound
Hayato Sonoda Music & Sound
Kei Nakamura Opening Movie Creator
Toshihiro Kondo Scenario Writer
Mieko Ishikawa Music & Sound
Mieko Ishikawa Music & Sound
Hideyuki Yamashita Producer
Hideyuki Yamashita Programmer
Icarus Watanabe Opening Theme "Guruguru Tonight"
Icarus Watanabe Opening Theme "Guruguru Tonight"
Shibazaki Ayako Ending Theme "Friends"
Shibazaki Ayako Ending Theme "Friends"
Evan Emswiler Lead English Translator
Eric Lindstrom Script Editor
Mieko Mochizuki Additional Translation
Bill Swartz Additional Translation
Kenan Alpay Additional Translation
Hiromi Okada Lead Artist
Shunsuke Itou Artist
Shuji Nishitani Cut Scene Director
Ayumu Ookusa Opening Movie Creator
Yuu Toukairin Opening Movie Creator
Tomoko Takahashi Opening Movie Creator
Robin Atkin Downes Voice Of Pierre/Doug
Justin Shenkarow Voice Of Puku/Prince
Tara Strong Voice Of Cream/Mosby/Baby Tokaron
Quinton Flynn Voice Of Roger/Poco
Michael Gough Voice Of Hyperbolic/Giga
Dee Bradley Baker Voice Of Rocko/Digby/Puchi
Kim Mai Guest Voice Of Pino/Chucky/Pamela
Michael Gough Voice Of Hyperbolic/Giga
Dee Bradley Baker Voice Of Rocko/Digby/Puchi
Quinton Flynn Voice Of Roger/Poco
Robin Atkin Downes Voice Of Pierre/Doug
Steven Jay Blum Voice Of Motoro/Bob
Tara Strong Voice Of Cream/Mosby/Baby Tokaron
Kim Mai Guest Voice Of Pino/Chucky/Pamela
Justin Shenkarow Voice Of Puku/Prince
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Awards & Rankings

#33 Most Discussed PSP Game of 2007
#54 Most Shared PSP Game of 2007