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How Monster Rancher DS Utilizes The Nintendo DS’ Hardware

By Spencer . February 5, 2010 . 6:40pm

Players can create monsters out of drawings, words, and even their voice in Monster Rancher DS. In our interview Koichi Yamaguchi outlines the technology and hints at one future feature.

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Monster Rancher DS Producer Hopes To Bring The Series Back To Consoles

By Spencer . February 3, 2010 . 7:38pm

After Monster Rancher Neo, Tecmo moved the Monster Rancher series from consoles to handhelds.

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A Monster Rancher Refresher

By Spencer . December 18, 2009 . 1:48pm

The last Monster Rancher game came out three years ago. You may have forgotten what a Suezo is. Maybe you don’t know what a Suezo is.

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Again And Monster Rancher DS, Two Cing Games From Tecmo Coming Next Year

By Spencer . November 10, 2009 . 5:02pm

In Again: Eye of Providence you play as Jonathan Weaver, a FBI agent with the power to see in the past.

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Monster Rancher And G-Policer Join PlayStation Archives

By Spencer . January 13, 2009 . 9:40pm

Monster Farm Jump or Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout, as it is known here, is not the highlight of the Monster Rancher series. Instead of creating charming monsters from CDs and raising them Monster Rancher Hop-A-Bout only hopping monster in a board game setting. Yeah? Well, I’m content with not getting that as a PlayStation Classic here. […]

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Write letters, create monsters in Monster Farm DS 2

By Spencer . May 27, 2008 . 8:25am

One feature I always appreciated in Tecmo’s Monster Rancher series was how you gained access to new monsters. You don’t “catch” them like in Pokemon, you create them from CDs, DVDs or in the case of the Game Boy Advance spin offs use words. Monster Farm DS 2 goes a step further by adding in […]

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How players make monsters in Monster Rancher Jamboree

By Spencer . May 22, 2007 . 6:15am

  Tecmo came up with a clever idea when they released Monster Rancher on the Playstation, use CDs/DVDs as the data to create monsters to raise. It was a gimmick, but it separated the Monster Rancher series from the burst of Pokemon-clones released in the 90s. When the series came to the Game Boy Advance […]

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Tecmo’s “other” DS games

By Spencer . April 3, 2007 . 9:55am

Ninja Gaiden: Dragon Sword for the DS got almost all of the attention from Tecmo’s press conference, but Tecmo has two other games that have nothing to do with Ryu Hayabusa. Monster Farm DS (Monster Rancher series) has been in development for quite some time and it is scheduled to come out on July 12, […]

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