Monster Monpiece - PC Review | Chalgyr's Game Room

Chalgyr's Game Room writes:

Monster Monpiece is an interesting spin on the trading card game style that has been quite popular over the last few years. A well thought-out blend of collection and strategy, with card art created by more than 5fifty different artists and a plethora of re-imagined mythological creatures, now available for your "viewing pleasure" on PC.

In Monster Monpiece you play as May, an aspiring Poke-, err, monster trainer. A rather weak-willed and self-deprecating one, but a monster trainer nonetheless. So then, what type of monsters are you training? Well, monster girls, obviously. Yes, that's right: all your favorite mythological monsters are re-imagined and drawn as cute girls, whom you capture and fight with. Despite the skepticism, the game is actually surprisingly addicting. As you join May and her werewolf partner, Fia, as well as her friends Elza and Karen on the road to becoming professional trainers! Or so you think. Not long after setting out to visit the neighboring town for practice battle matches, Elza gets mind-controlled/possessed and now you've got to go save her, while overcoming adversity and your own poor character traits. While the storyline isn't winning any academy awards, the focus of Monpiece is on the battle system and, uh, a "unique" function.

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