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Lord of Arcana is an action role-playing game designed similarly to Capcom's Monster Hunter series. You'll be able to create a custom hero, team up with up to three friends, and... More
Lord of Arcana is an action role-playing game designed similarly to Capcom's Monster Hunter series. You'll be able to create a custom hero, team up with up to three friends, and travel to multiple outdoor locales while engaging demonic enemies and large-scale boss creatures. Perform weapon-specific combos, cast spells, and execute finishing moves by tapping the right buttons at the right time. As you progress, you'll earn experience and be able to further customize your male or female warrior with an assortment of weapon types, armor, and accessories. Less
Travel around the world with LittleBigPlanet for the Sony PSP. This game follows the adventures of a knitted character named Sackboy as he takes a holiday journey around the world. Players... More
Travel around the world with LittleBigPlanet for the Sony PSP. This game follows the adventures of a knitted character named Sackboy as he takes a holiday journey around the world. Players start in Down Under, an area based on Australia, and make their way around the world in an attempt to eventually make it to a massive carnival in Brazil. There are 23 main levels in the game, along with 14 mini levels. Each level requires the player to solve puzzles and move through complicated mazes. They must use devices, such as switches, rotating platforms, and floating lanterns, to find a way from one end of the stage to the other. On the way, watch out for deadly contraptions and electric snakes that attempt to kill Sackboy. Less
Key Features   
Genre RPG -
Rating M - Mature -
Platform Sony PSP -
Tech Details   
Release Year 2011 -
Control Elements Gamepad/Joystick -
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Lord of Arcana (Sony PSP, 2011)
Lord of Arcana (Sony PSP, 2011)
From $14.95
LittleBigPlanet (Sony PSP, 2009)
LittleBigPlanet (Sony PSP, 2009)
From $7.98

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Mike_Bracken
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A (Very) Poor Man's Monster Hunter: Lord of Arcana

byMike_Bracken Apr 11, 2011
22 Helpfuls 23 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros The game never crashed.
Cons Tedious gameplay, poor design, and lack of online.
Recommended it? No

While Capcom's Monster Hunter series remains a cult-like phenomenon here in America, the games are huge in Japan. So, it's only natural that other Japanese developers have attempted to cash in with their own clones of Capcom's franchise. We're only a few months into 2011, but we've already seen two... Read full review »

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