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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase Monster Crown on the Nintendo Switch. All I knew about Monster Crown is it looked like a Pokemon kind of video game. I was not expecting the graphics on console to look like it belonged on a Gameboy Color. Maybe Monster Crown is as visually advanced as the Gameboy Advance. Either way the graphics in Monster Crown were a real shock. In fact I instantly cringed at the graphics and could not get over it very quickly.

When I started live streaming Monster Crown I had no clue how long I would play it. I decided to play it by ear. The graphics were something I was eventually able to swallow on my quest to go see the king. There were two other things in Monster Crown that bothered me deeply. The bad language was shocking and not needed. The bad lady in Monster Crown is very messed up and hateful. She reminds me of some people I knew on the left coast.

The other aspect of Monster Crown that irritated me is the grinding. We can train our monsters up to a certain level before we need to fight a town’s champion. On the second town’s champion we can lose a monster if we lose. So I played it safe and decided to grind. To be honest the grinding is very dull and boring in Monster Crown. We can hold eight of the monsters on us at a time. There are different kinds that are strong or weak against other kinds.

The monsters in Monster Crown randomly generate in the wild. We can see them so we can go up to them if we want to trample them or initiate a battle. We can also let our monster sit and feed him some fruit to restore a minimal amount of health. There are certain monsters in town we can also heal our monsters with. There are campsites that are another way to heal. Logs can be purchased and used in the wild to heal our monsters as well. There are plenty of ways to heal the monsters within Monster Crown.

I like how Monster Crown lets us walk or run around. The storyline was a little surprising to me at first. I don’t know why anyone would make a more adult Pokemon game where it looks like a GBC video game. Kids would be more interested in Monster Crown, but the bad language, hate, bad attitudes, and more ruin it for the younger members of the family. This seems like a bad creation decision to me. I do not want to play more of Monster Crown because of the bad content.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 50%
Replay: 80%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Nintendo Switch/PC/PS4/Xbox One
Publisher: SOEDESCO
Developer: Studio Aurum
Rating: ‘T’ - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Fantasy Violence, Language, Mild Blood, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco}

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