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TRAGsoft, Freedom Games
Mar 31, 2022 - PC, Nintendo Switch

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Metro GameCentral
7 / 10
God is a Geek
8 / 10
God is a Geek
8.5 / 10
Gaming Nexus
7.4 / 10
70 / 100
Daily Mirror
3 / 5
78 / 100
4 / 5
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Coromon | Mobile Launch Day Trailer | Freedom Games

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Coromon Release Date Announcement Trailer | Freedom Games

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Critic Reviews for Coromon

An appealing riff on the Pokémon role-playing formula which, while a little too safe, has enough small deviations and improvements to justify its existence.

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Coromon isn't without its issues, but fans of catching adorable monsters will love it.

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Coromon is a delightful master catching game that runs really well on the Switch, and is perfect for handheld sessions on the sofa.

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It's easy for Coromon to be labeled a clone. It almost begs you to think of it as one. On the surface, it looks like a new set of monsters were dropped into a nearly identical world. But dig a little deeper. A story that doesn't have gyms or badges, customization in both difficulty and player options that you don't see in the competitor. Coromon feels more like a spiritual successor to monster trainer games of decades past. Sharper pixel graphics and features that people ask for are present throughout. The look of Coromon is more refined than what you'd expect from a "clone". If you enjoy collecting monsters, then Coromon has it. If you want a new twist, something that helps define the genre moving forward, you're might be let down.

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You might simply write off Coromon as a copy of other games. But think of it as more of a game inspired by previous works. While the inspiration is obvious, various design choices within the gameplay are clear upgrades, including difficulty modifiers and the Milestones feature. If you are a fan of monster collecting games, Coromon is differentiated enough to give it a try.

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Coromon does pay homage to big titles in the monster-tamer genre but it does feature its own unique system and even improves on past mechanics.

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Coromon is one of the best Pokémon alternatives thanks to beautiful pixel graphics and some good innovations.

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The game feels like it’s meant for those who miss the GBA-era glory days, and it may just satisfy if these particular limiting factors can be overlooked. And, with all that said, it’s certainly a step in the right direction when looking toward the future of a genre that’s more or less being monopolized by Pokemon.

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