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Neopets: The Darkest Faerie - PlayStation 2

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Platform : PlayStation2
98 customer reviews
Metascore: 61 / 100
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  • Rich 3D experience includes many of your favorite characters
  • ESRB Rating: E10 + - Everyone 10 and Older
  • 1/2Hx5-1/3Wx7-1/2L"; 0.4 lb.
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Neopets: The Darkest Faerie has you stand against an army of evil minions in the world of Neopia! Darkest Faerie has escaped from her watery prison, and two courageous young people will go on a quest to the fantastic land of Meridell to find a way to combat her dark influence. For the first time, the world of Neopets comes to life to create a beautiful and rich 3D experience that includes many of your favorite Neopets characters! Unique Mote Magic system allows players to customize both attacks and defense with items found in the world

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  • ASIN: B0009RG8DM
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 25, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,512 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Vigilantes Sidekick on November 30, 2005
My wifes brother recommended this game for my daughter who is 5 and I to play together. I have to say that for a kid to be able to play and understand everything by themselves they would most likely have to be around 9 or 10 since their is a lot of reading and map following, but we were looking for a game to play together so this one is great. The graphics have a good clean look to them and the worlds are fun to explore around and see whats around ever corner. I would say its the first game of this type that I have played. Its like exploring the kind of world any child would want to live in with caves, mountians, forests, castles and sewers. We havent beaat it yet but the two of us have had great fun so far.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Bechtloff on December 18, 2005
My son and I are having a really good time playing this game. It's really really long, and not too hard or frustrating so my 7 year old can have fun with it! I like the fact that it encourages reading skills, I also like the fact that good guys are good, and bad guys are bad! it reinforces right from wrong!

The graphics are pretty and the music is great! In an age where games are getting increasingly more and more violent and and geared for teenage boys, it is a refreshing change to play a game that is really fun for kids. I have to admit I am having fun playing it too! My son likes to solve the puzzles and do the quests, and he likes me to help him with the fighting in the dungeon areas, so we switch off!

I also like the fact that the game has a strong girl character, that seems to be pretty rare in games now days (since most games are designed for teenage boys) and I think that will make this game appealing to girls as well as boys.

Over all this game is good wholesome family entertainment that I would recommend for anyone who likes to play games with their kids!
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. Anderson on November 30, 2005
I recently bought this game for my son, he just turned 9. I would have to say its hard for him to stop playing it, i have played along with him, and i am amazed by this game. It has such good morals, and the graphics are amazing! I would highly suggest this for anyone who want there kids to play a quality game.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Griffinstorm on December 8, 2005
I bought the darkest faerie about two or three days after it was released and my mother and I are still playing it. The graphics are so cool. The controls on PS2 are easy to learn and get familiar with.

You start out with one character, Tormund, and later on in Act 2 you play Roberta, but the best part is when they get together in Act 3. There are so many items you can gain through treasures and quests.

I find the traveling from one place to another somewhat tedious, but I guess it's better than zapping from one place instantly. It gives you a more real time sort of feeling, having to roam a large mapped area, and trying to stay oriented with what direction you are headed can be challenging.

The petpets are useful when kept fed. I particularly liked the cute little Noil's. But I think the Turmac is the most useful, as it increases both health and magic, and boosts attack and defense. It is just difficult to keep it fed, as it likes to run around a lot.

The sword fighting in the game is not just hack and slash. There are different swings depending on the speed of button pressing, or rotating of the joystick. The magic wand is good for long range attacks. Magic is a key to defeating types of monsters, using motes that vary your attacks. One astounding game. Is good for ages 10 and up.

So far there is no player's guide for it (There is a map inside the game package), but there are helpful people on the message boards at [...] who can answer any questions you might have. I found that very useful to overcome puzzles that eventually stumped me. It's a fun game, and yes I'd give it an educational rating for its map reading and puzzle solving skills. It's about as durable as any CD is and should be taken care of. I won't give it a 5, but more of a 4.5, something rather close.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By M. Tate on December 9, 2005
My son saw this game advertised on Nickelodeon and we purchased it for his 11th birthday. He just finished the game yesterday and loved every minute of it! I would highly recommend it as a parent who is tired of buying expensive games just to have them played for a couple of hours and stuck back on the shelf. He couldn't wait to get to his "game time" every day to play this game. The graphics are wonderful, the morals are great for a game these days, and we all enjoyed watching him play and the little "movies" played in between quests. Definately not a waste of money!
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 16, 2005
I've been playing Neopets: The Darkest Faerie and I love it! I'm twelve years old, and there's only so many games that my parents will let me play until I'm older - and this one is EASILY the funnest I've played all year! Usually, when my ten year old sister and her friends like a game, I won't even pay attention to it --- but Neopets is an easy acception to that rule. The characters are cool and there's tons of awesome levels to play! Even if you mess up on a level, you can accidentally discover cool hidden areas and happen upon different quests.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth on January 9, 2006
You start off playing as a Lupe named Tormund who really wants to be a knight of the realm one day. His dad sends him off to Meridell to deliver a package to the knights recuitment center. He takes the package and when he gets to Meridell his dream comes true, right after he gets his parents permission of course. =) Hey even Neopets need their parents permission sometimes.

The second character you play is a Acara named Roberta. Shes the niece to the king of Brightsvale. She is supposed to be some kind of diplomat but she really wants to learn magic. You don't play as Roberta quite as long as you do Tormund. After a while the two heros team up. Thats when it really gets fun.

While wandering around the world of Neopets sometimes you'll see this really adorable little creatures called Petpets. If you have some extra food give some to the Petpets to eat and they will follow your hero(s) around for awhile. Not all Petpets will though. The Turtum won't. The Turtum Petpet is basically just good for reaching high places. The Petpets that will follow you around however can do different things for Tor and Roberta. They can strengthen them, make their defense better, recover their health over a given period of time, or even recover their magic over a given period of time.

Some of the other neopets you will meet in the world of Neopets will ask you to do favors for them. Like find them certain items, or give things to others for them. If you complete the tasks they ask of you they will give you neopoints, neggs, or other items in return.

Also while wandering around you will sometimes come across treasure maps. You should collect these if you can. They lead to buried treasure chests you can only finally find using a map.
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