Hide and seek
It doesn’t feel like that long since the last major Invizimals outing launched in Europe, but already the sequel has apparated into sight. A huge success in its native Spain, Invizimals: The Resistance is set to launch on Sony’s handheld system on 29th October, and will plot the return of Brian Blessed’s brilliant beard. Who...
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...
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...
Invizimals: The Alliance is the latest entry in the augmented reality game series from Spanish developer Novarama. Having made a name for itself on the PlayStation Portable, it’s apt that this new instalment’s made the jump onto the newest Sony handheld, giving kids of all ages the chance to hunt down more of those troublesome...
Despite a pretty big push around the world, Sony’s casual monster hunting franchise Invizimals has struggled to take off outside of continental Europe. Nevertheless, the platform holder's giving the property another shot here in the UK, and that’s culminated in the release of Invizimals: The Alliance and Invizimals: The Lost...
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...
When the PlayStation Portable first launched, Sony differentiated themselves by trying to sell the device to 20-something commuters with plenty of disposable income
Games such as Grand Theft Auto and Wipeout helped push Sony away from the traditionally child-like audiences of the Nintendo handhelds. While Nintendo's gone on to sell a ridiculous number of Nintendo DS', the PlayStation Portables..
Invizimals is an upcoming PSP game that looks really awesome
It requires the PSP camera to work. For some reason the PSP Go has the wrong connection to add a camera. What's the solution? Put this terrible thing around your PSP Go. Goodness me, we've never seen anything more hideous than these shots discovered by Joystiq. Why Sony, why!? There has to be a better way of getting Invizimals on the PSP..