Monster Rancher

PSX PlayStation Monster Rancher

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Simulation CDs: 1
Publisher: Tecmo Released: November 24, 1997
Developer: Tecmo UPC: 0 18946 01005 2
Sony ID: SLUS-00568 PSRM: 008860
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Analog, Vibration
ESRB: Kids to Adults Animated Violence
Box Copy:

Warning: Whatever you do, don’t sit too close to your CD rack!

Remember when you thought monsters were lurking in every dark corner of your house? Well, you were right: Every CD You Own Contains A Monster. Every PC CD, every music CD and every game CD each has a monster living inside. Use Monster Rancher to safely release these monsters into a virtual environment where You’re The MasterTeach Your Monster Attack Moves. Capture your monster (on a memory card) and take him to a friend’s house for some Head To Head Fighting Action. We dare you to find and train your ultimate fighting machine!

  • VIRTUAL BREEDING ENVIRONMENT
  • RELEASE HUNDREDS OF MONSTERS FROM YOUR CDS
  • HEAD TO HEAD COMPETITION FIGHTING
  • TONS OF HIDDEN MONSTERS AND LEVELS
  • RPG INTRIGUE & FANTASY SIMULATION
  • 40-50 ATTACK MANEUVERS PER CREATURE
  • FOR 1 OR 2 PLAYERS

WARNING: BREED MONSTERS AT YOUR OWN RISK

 

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Videos

GameRaveTV featured Monster Rancher in its 20th Anniversary celebration of the PlayStation.

 

Trivia

  • Another game with the “1 Blocks” typo.
  • The back copy isn’t kidding – so long as it’s a CD, you can get a monster out of it. This includes other game system CDs like Saturn and Sega CD. Even a blank CDR will create a monster.
  • Tecmo’s Deception provides one of the most exclusive monsters in the game.
  • If you search around the internet, players have discovered certain music CDs will produce ridiculous monster creations.

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