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Demi-Kids: Dark Version

by Atlus
Game Boy Advance
Everyone
3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)


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  • ASIN: B00009YXBT
  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 1 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #40,958 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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The year is 200X. Jin (main character of Light Version), Akira (main character of Dark Version), and Lena are 6th grade friends who have grown up together. They are also members of the "Mystery Club" which searches for interesting and mysterious things.

While snooping around the school's library, they happen upon a mysterious book containing various spells and incantations. Curiosity overwhelms the group as they decide to carry out a summoning ritual, unprepared for the consequences... To their surprise, an evil demon appears and their only hope comes from a peculiar new student, Amy, who gives Jin and Akira the power to capture and summon demons by way of the gun-like Demiloc. They are also joined by Rand and Gale, guardian demons sent to protect them.

Jin, Lena, and Amy go through the "Door of Time" to the world of Valhalla. In this world, demons and angels brandish their powers under the emperor while humans are oppressed. Jin, Lena, and Amy team up with the DemiKids of Valhalla to fight as rebels against the emperor's army.

Features:

  • Collect over 350 demons by using the special fusion system! Unlock stronger ones by trading with a different version!
  • Demon fusion system allows for hundreds of combinations. Create new demons or make existing ones stronger!
  • Avoid battles and even gain new allies by negotiating with the demonic denizens of Valhalla.
The Fusion System
Each version of DemiKids uses a unique fusion system. Special fusions known as Relic Fusions and Skill Fusions can be performed in either version. While in the Dark Version you will be able to increase the parameters of all party members, in the Light Version you will only be able to increase those of your Partner, the guardian demon that accompanies you.

Demon Appearances
While some of the demons available in each title will overlap, certain ones will be unique to either the Light or Dark Version. Furthermore, the circumstances under which the demons are encountered may also vary. For gamers who wish to use the demon-recruiting aspect of the game to its fullest capacity, linking systems will be an exciting way to enhance their assortment of demon allies.

Product Description

Carry out summoning rituals, various spells and incantations; special Dark Version.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars All the charm of Pokemon without copying it March 26, 2005
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
(Immediate note: The creatures are demons, but there is nothing even slightly demonic about the game.)

I had a lot of fun with this game. It has the addictive, monster-collecting quality of the pokemon games, plus plenty of exciting originality to keep a player interested. I enjoyed that the demons you collect are as intelligent as human beings (They speak English and have personalities) and must be convinced to join your party, not beaten up and captured. Some demons can only be acquired through fusions (An incredibly fun facet of this game! or trades. Also, you can have more than one demon in play, sometimes allowing a player to use exciting combination attacks that only certain demons can perform together. This game provided me with hours of gameplay, and unlike many games, does not simply end or repeat itself after beating the final boss. Collecters, fighters, explorers, come and enjoy!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Demi-Kids: Darkness of the Day....... January 19, 2006
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Ever since playing Revelations: The Demon Slayer for the Gameboy Color years ago, I've been a big fan of the Shin Megami Tensei series. Having played nearly every game(handheld or otherwise) that's came out stateside, I decided to give Demi-Kids a try. The first game, out of the two that was released, that I purchased was Darkness of the Day. Much to my surprise, it's the harder game out of the two but is the one I'm most happy playing. In this version, you play as Akira and accompany him on his journey through Dem(whereas in the light version, you play as Jin and accompany Jin as he wanders through Valhalla). Without going into detail about the storyline, it's quite different than Pokemon but shares the same qualities. You take control of a trainer, or "DemiKid" if you will, and set out into the world to recruit monsters to be used in battle. Each demon has its own set of attacks, magic, and skills. Just like Pokemon, each demon also has elemental characteristics(such as fire, water and ice). You can have up to three demons in battle at one time. Additional demons you recruit are stored in a portable computer called a Vinecom(much like the Pokedex). Demikids is also different in the manner in which you capture and evolve the creatures you collect. In order to create a stronger demon, you have to fuse two weaker demons together. Whereas, in Pokemon, your character levels up like you would in a traditional RPG to evolve into it's final form. In the game; you have a handful of sidequests to perform and, if you choose to take them, the reward is often a rare demon that you can't find in the wild or create at a fusion center. Overall; the story is more occult-themed in it's nature and is much more mature than Pokemon, although it's aimed more towards kids who 'gotta catch em all'. Read more ›
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Hybrid that surpasses its parents December 28, 2004
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
At first glance I knew I had to pick up this game. That was probably because it was one of the few early released localized import titles. This game combinds some of the best elements from our favorite games. It has the addictive collection drive of the early Pokemon titles(you know those ones where they were all unique and not just palette and move swapped copies) with a collection list of well over 300 different demons. Plus, the game allows you to utilize your collection by allowing you to enter 3 demons into the fray, your 'avatar' and 2 of your collected demons. This brings back the strategy of team design that Dragon Warrior capitalized on. The storyline is rather compelling. Its full of disapperances, old legends, kidnappings, power struggles and much more. I found the story at times more interesting than the Megaman or Fire Emblem. The character management takes place through the innovative 'fusion' process, where you can merge two demons together to make a stronger one or create an entirely new one. If you like having almost complete control over your characters development, then the fusion system will 'rev your engine'. The only drawback to this game is that the maps that you collect can only be viewed in the area you are in, at times you would be stuck walking to the next area to look at the map. This gets a whole lot easier once you recieve a teleport item/demon. With so many things to collect and monsters to fuse the replay value is quite high. If you are looking for a solid game to add to your GBA collection that will provide many hours of fun and great gameplay, pick up Demi-Kids:Day of Darkness. If you are really daring, then also pick up the light version so you can see the parallel side of the story!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Shin Megami Tensei on the GO! August 11, 2005
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I'll be honest here. This game is far from perfect and far from being one of the best games on the GBA. What makes this game fun and great ultimately depends on how much you like Japanese style rpgs and the Shin Megami Tensei series. If your a huge fan like me then youll love the idea of fusing demons on the go and being able to play with gods and demons on the go. The story and graphics get the job done. The gameplay should be familiar to fans and holds up well if your not expecting a masterpiece. I honestly had a lot of fun with it, I take it for what it is and remember that i only paid 10 bucks for it. If you take that all into account then you cant really go wrong if you need to satisfy your need for SMT on the go.
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