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The prospect of a Neopets video game has intrigued me for quite a while, and I am immensely pleased with how the game looks.

First off, the graphics are thirty times more better than the ones in the original game for PS1. Sure, we may have lost the minigames, but having a cool mote magic and Petpet power up system makes it all worthwhile.

Speaking of the mote magic system, it looks simple and easy to use. I’ve seen a screenshot with Tormund’s sword having snowflakes swirling around it, so we can bet that there are going to be a lot more elements than just fire, water, air, earth, dark and light. This is good, as Neopets now avoids the confusing concept of dual-type monsters. If only they could do the same for the TCG.

Directed by: Douglas Carrigan
Writing credits: Scott Campbell
Produced by: Jeff Jirsa
Sound Department: Jaimie Siedow
Animator: Eli Enigenburg
Production Companies: Sony Computer Entertainment Inc.
Genre: Adventure
Cast: Piera Coppola (The Darkest Faerie), Adrienne Wilkinson (the voice of Malice)

Neopets: The Darkest Faerie PS2 Production Information

In-Fusios Neopets game allows Neopets players to take their online pets for a walk literally. Synchronized with online Neopets, players will be able to alternate seamlessly between playing at the computer and on their mobile phone.

The mobile phone version of Neopets will offer exclusive content not available to the online game including a new Neopet and an island. They are both called Lutari.

In-Fusios version is allegedly very similar to the online version so people who are no strangers to the online game will have no trouble picking up the function of the In-Fusio Neopets game.

This game will be available around September or October 2005.

Beginning Statement

Everyone knew it would happen someday. Neopets, the popular website would come out with a console game. I had big expectations about the game, but now I’m not sure what to think anymore. That’s why I’ve assembled this rant so I can get my points across.

Neopets has indeed told there users about the new game release. It will be on the Playstation console and be released by SCEA. It’s developer is the Code Monkeys, Ltd. Though seeming like excellent choices, they aren’t.

Console Problem

This is where our first problem begins. Playstation is an almost dead console, barely ever having new games. Even though PSX was known for starting such games as Spyro the Dragon and Crash Bandicoot, the system has gone out. Why not just never make the game in the first place? If Adam and Donna could have thought about the gaming world for a simple second, they would realize a release with Game Boy Advance SP or Gamecube would have been much better and attracted a better audience.