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    Dear Viewers,
    I wanted to ask if anyone knows of any RPGs that are like Pokemon where you go out, catch and train various creatures/monsters etc. I am playing Puzzle and Dragons Z/Puzzle and Dragons Mario Bros edition. Is the Monster Hunter series like this?
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    You just hunt monsters in Monster Hunter, you don't catch of train any of them.

    Yokai Watch lets you catch and train ghosts. Dragon Quest VII 3DS too, but you don't get the ability until way later.

    If you have a PlayStation 4 or Vita, check out
    -World of Final Fantasy
    -Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth
    -Digimon World Next Order (PS4 version not out until sometime next year)
    -Kingdom Hearts II.8 (PS4 only, out Jan)
    -Persona 5 (no Vita version, but on PS4 and also PS3. Not out until April)


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    Do Kingdom Hearts and Persona really fit that bill? (I've yet to play either series, so just going by what I've picked up in passing)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydrohs View Post
    Do Kingdom Hearts and Persona really fit that bill? (I've yet to play either series, so just going by what I've picked up in passing)
    The Kingdom Hearts Void Ventus suggested has monster training elements.

    II.8 is a remastered version of Dream Drop Distance which had you acquiring and training dream eaters.

    The same can be said for the Persona series, which is a spin off of Shin Megami Tensei, which also has monster training elements.

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