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Monster House

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Platform: GameCube
Tags: Action, Horror
Developer: A2M


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Monster House review (PlayStation 2)

Reviewed August 07, 2006

Jason Venter says: "The level design takes advantage of each character’s unique attributes. If you’re in control of Chowder, you can expect fewer enemies, yet battles that are every bit as tough because your adversaries can take a lot of damage and keep right on attacking. Jenny, meanwhile, is constantly swarmed by animated chairs and other menaces that will bite savagely into her life meter if she doesn’t keep moving wide of their assault."
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