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DemiKids: Dark Version

DemiKids: Dark Version (GBA) game cover art
Platform: Game Boy Advance
Tags: RPG
Developer: Multimedia Intelligence Transfer
AKA: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Children Yami no Sho (JP)

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DemiKids: Dark Version review

Reviewed February 24, 2004

kramerica says: "One must give credit to Atlus for trying to spark a little controversy. DemiKids comes off as the anti-Pokemon. The majority of your monsters aren't cutesy puff-balls of fluff. They're demons who'll only fight for you if the price is right, and look more like rejects from the old Beetlejuice cartoon. Not only can you recruit Lucifer himself but there's also noticeable phallic imagery and a naked woman or two. It's just too bad that for all the uniqueness the game offers it all turns out to be a ..."
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