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Invizimals (PSP)

Invizimals (PSP)
alaScore 90

51 reviews

Jul, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 51 reviews of Invizimals (PSP). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Invizimals (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 90/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Paul Newcombe (



Augmented reality looks set to be an increasingly 'big thing' over the next few years. For those unfamiliar with the term it refers to the idea of a live direct or indirect view of a physical real-world environment whose elements are merged with (or...

Of course capturing and training your monsters is really only half the fun. The chance to pit your collection against someone else's is where a lot of the interest will be. This can be achieved via both ad-hoc and infrastructure connections which means...

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Tom Orry (



Invizimals for PSP Review - Invizimals is a fun game that has enough novelty value for gamers to look past its flaws. Not for adults, but kids will enjoy the mix of real world and virtual world gameplay.

Dec, 2009

Expert review by : Stuart Hunt (

Invizimals (PSP) review


Fights, Camera, Action...

It does have a few frustrating elements but Invizimals is nevertheless a quirky, engrossing and fun little portable offering.

Nov, 2009

Expert review by : Geoff Spick (



Augmented reality is the new dimension in gaming, going beyond the screen and into the player's own living room. With a TV-based console that would be pretty limited to the space in front of the set. But, with a portable, these games can go anywhere....

Innovative way of bring the creature-combat genre to life ; Can be an active game as kids scamper around trying to find the next creature ; Decent (over)acting and high-production values add to the believability factor ; Finding new Invizimals outside...

Creatures can have a problem with certain backgrounds ; Combat is very repetitive early on ; Having to answer the questions "Are they real?" and "Where did they go ; Like most PSP games, guess the online mode will never be that popular ; Camera can...

The technology behind the game is inspired, if not yet perfect, animals can suddenly vanish, flip over or scale madly. The game-play is definitely aimed at the younger end of the market, but if you have children, watching them experience these little...

Expert review by : Mike V. (

Invizimals Review


Sony throws it hat into the monster capturing market that Pokemon dominates with Invizimals. Will Sony be able to capture gamers away from Pokemon or will it blast off like Team Rocket's fail schemes?

Even with its glitches, weak story, and easy ways to cheat, Invizimals still manages to impress me with its inventive gameplay and use of technology. Inivizmals unfortunately cannot compete with the monster of a franchise that is Pokemon, but in no way...

Dec, 2010

Expert review by : Emily King (

Invizimals: The Lost Tribes review…


If there's one thing game developers have cottoned onto since the '90s, it's that children and adults both love to obsess over tracking down, capturing and fighting small virtual monsters. The third title in its series, Invizimals: The Lost Tribes...

Dec, 2011

Expert review by : KevinS (

Invizimals Review


I've played a lot of Pokémon. This ain't no Pokémon.

Fighting monsters on your tables!; Camera can pan around creatures

Fighting is as simple as possible; No customization; Story sequences are a joke; Even the game itself says to stop playing

Dec, 2010

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Invizimals- PSP


Invizimals allows players to interact with their environment, using the PSP Camera to look for invisible creatures that lurk around every corner. Using the PSP on-screen sensor, players can track down the mysterious Invizimals and lay down magical...

Dec, 2010

Expert review by : David Collins (KingQuagmire) (



Pokémon. A franchise that pretty much single-handedly started both the card battle and the monster hunter genres. Even to this day, 14 years after its inception, it still has a rabid following. Unfortunately, it's a Nintendo-only brand, with the core...

One of the few games to use the PSP Camera ; Invizimals are fun and different ; Cool concept with a lot of potential

that isn't quite realized here ; Wash, rinse, repeat gameplay ; Flimsy story ; Tech can be a bit finicky

The plot is threadbare and the mission structure defines repetition. The Invizimals themselves are cool to battle with, but the tech is a bit on the touchy side and seems to really limit players more than liberate them, which is something that’s...

Nov, 2010

Expert review by : Carolyn Petit (

Invizimals Review


Invizimals wows for a while with its augmented-reality visuals, but the limits of the technology and some baffling design decisions soon shatter the illusion.

Augmented-reality visuals are impressive when they work properly ; Some fun capturing minigames ; Battling has some engaging light strategy ; Entertaining live-action scenes

Many capturing minigames don't always work properly ; Color and movement demands are frustrating and easy to cheat ; Graphics often glitch out

The capture process isn't over once you scan for and locate an invizimal, either. Each invizimal has a minigame you must complete before it's successfully trapped and added to your collection. Many of these are engaging little games that make you feel...

Nov, 2010

Product Specifications

Product properties

Genre :Action
Miscellaneous:Published by: Sony Computer Entertainment
No. Of Online Players:2
No. Of Offline Players:1
Online enabled: Yes
Other Names:Invizimals