Graffiti Kingdom :: PS2 Game Review
Get the scoop on the Graffiti Kingdom video game with our review!
A powerful demon has been unleashed on the Canvas Kingdom and he'll make everyone do 1,000 years of math homework if you don't stop him! In the Graffiti Kingdom video game for the Playstation 2, you're Pixel, a young girl with the power to create graffiti monsters and use them to battle the demon's minions. It's up to you and Pastel, your talking dog, to save the day. Is this artsy video game any good? Here's our review.
Artistic Excellence in Graffiti KingdomThe Graffiti Kingdom video game has the standard monster battling, platform jumping, boss fighting game action plus some race car driving for kicks. But, the best part of this game is that you can make your own monsters! There's a drawing tool you can use to create 3D critters with tentacles, wings, claws, and other crazy features of all shapes and sizes. Once you've built your creature, you can give it a voice, battle moves, color it and then control it in battle! You can even battle against your friends' monsters in multiplayer mode.
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Holy short game Batman! There are just enough levels to start getting interesting and then it's all over. That's a bummer, plus it's hard to be Picasso when you first create your monsters. Unless you spend some time learning how to draw them, they'll look really weird.
The Final Word on Graffiti Kingdom for the PS2
Even though it's a short game, you can still have tons of fun creating weird monsters and playing it again, or battling with your friends. Unless you have the imagination of a stone, you'll get a kick out of this game!
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