This game is full of ups and downs. Initially, it can be fun exploring a new planet, looking for minerals, and powering up your Pokemon-like creatures called Spectrobes. But, if you do have the patience to stick with it, Spectrobes can be very fun. The card imput system is a great way to get powerful monsters early on (if you got a good card), so much that it almost feels like cheating. The Spectrobes are all vibrantly colored, and so are your enemy, the Krawl. The music in Spectrobes is great, and it fits with the game's sci-fi theme. The characters in Spectrobes are all kind of bland, and fit all stereo-types perfectly. The Wi-fi, like the rest of the game, is fun only for a little while, and only if the person you are plating against has the same level of Spectrobe as you. So the final word is that although Spectrobes can be boring and repetitive, if you have the patience, Spectrobes can be a lot of fun.
Disney, the closest thing to a dictatorship in modern media, has set off to do the near impossible and create a successful game franchise, but did they do their job well. Spectrobes is kind of a mixed bag, and it's defin... Read Full Review
I bought this game two weeks ago but after two days playing I completed it. I really think they could have put more spectrobes in the game because I think 22 different is not enough. Sure those 22 kid stage evolve twice... Read Full Review