Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs + Cats: Golden Retriever & New Friends
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Very similar to original, but great for kids
15 February 2015
Summary: As a child, I loved nintendogs; I still have my old copy even though I hadn't picked it up in years. This game is very similar to its predecessor, adding a few new things but not changing very much at all. I got bored with it pretty quickly, but that being said I am in my late teens now so if you are getting it for a child they may still love it.
Summary: If you know what you're getting then this is the perfect game for a person or child unable or unwilling to get a physical pet for some reason. If you've played the first game on the DS, it's very much the same, but prettier to look at and with some changes. The breeds that come with the Golden Retriever version as default are Beagle, Maltese, Great Dane, Pug, Cocker Spaniel, Shiba Inu, Miniature Daschund, Miniature Pinscher, and of course the title breed: Golden...
Summary: I had the original Nintendogs: Golden Retriever for the DS and this brings back memories. There are even more dogs with the addition of cats. I miss the old obstacle competition though. It is similar to the original version with the addition of more animals, home designs, and accessories.
Summary: I bought this for my wife as she loves animals. The game is pretty neat. The puppies are adorable and fun to play with. You can train them to listen to your voice so you can say its name and it will run up to you. You can tell it 'Sit down' and it will sit. Haven't ventured far in the game yet as we only now started playing, but for my wife, she pays more attention to the digital dogs than me.
Summary: I had bought this game originally from disc traders only to find it not working.. so i came on here and ordered and its a very fun game if you love animals :) my only complaint was the packaging.. when i opened it the wrap that is normally around your game was open. other thing was it had a kmart sticker.. so was like ok? but other then that.
Summary: This was a gift for my son's friend....my son already owns this one and his friend always wanted to play it when he came over ..... he wanted to borrow my son's but my son plays his all the time ...so I bought his friend his very own .....he was thrilled!