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PlayStation 3

  • EU 28th Mar 2014

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  • 13th Jun 2022
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  • Review Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom (PlayStation 3)

    Finders weepers

    Once upon a time, titles like Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom were ten a penny. The movie tie-in boom ensured that supermarket shelves were crammed with action platforms, each bearing colourful characters on the cover and containing gameplay more average than the mathematical mean. Gradually, consumers started to realise that these...

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Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom News

  • News The Invizimals Appear on PS3 and Vita in North America Next Week

    Hide and seek

    Fun fact: the Invizimals franchise is absolutely enormous in developer Novarama’s home nation Spain, where it plays host to its own sticker book and Saturday morning cartoon series. It’s proved less popular in the UK and North America, but Sony seems to support it out of necessity if nothing else. That can be evidenced by the...

  • Video Invizimals Invades Your PS3 and Vita This Week

    Look around you

    You may not be aware of it, but the Invizimals franchise is huge in continental Europe. Spanish developer Novarama’s augmented reality collectathon has not only spawned five games to date, but it’s also secured sticker books, trading cards, and even an animated television show. Now platform holder Sony is aiming to give the...

  • E3 2013 Invizimals Reappears on PS3 and Vita in October

    All around you

    While it’s true that Sony’s casual monster catching series Invizimals hasn’t quite taken off to the extent that the platform holder probably expected, it does have a very loyal following in parts of continental Europe – and the company’s clearly aiming to double-down on that fanbase this October, with two new titles for the...

  • News Invizimals Flocks to the PS3 and Vita in Two New Titles This Year

    New augmented reality adventures uncaged

    Of the many popular PlayStation franchises, Spanish developer Novarama’s augmented reality Pokémon-inspired series Invizimals has always swooped a little under the radar. However, Sony’s hoping to rectify that later this year, with two new entries based on the magical mammal series for both the...

About The Game

For fans of action adventure, Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom is a brand new game which allows young explorers to enter the world of the Invizimals for the very first time. Developed exclusively for the PS3 by Magenta Software, players will discover The Lost Kingdom through the eyes of Hiro, a young explorer who uncovers a magical portal that teleports you into a fantastical new world. With the opportunity to transform into one of your all-time favourite Invizimals, players must use the Invizimals unique abilities to defeat a powerful robot army that is attacking The Lost Kingdom and solve puzzles as you journey across six exotic worlds by land, air and sea.

Whether you’re helping out the Invizimals on the PS Vita version or exploring their magical world on the PS3, you can still link up with friends and transfer your evolving characters between the two platforms, PS Vita and PS3. Have up to four players battle it out in the multiplayer mode and send your PS Vita Invizimals to the PS3 to take part in the action. When you’re done, transfer them back to your PS Vita, and use them to battle with your friends.