Reviews and Problems with nintendogs + cats Toy Poodle & New Friends.
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Adorable, I love this game.
Roarzies , GameStop
1 week ago
Summary: It is just adorable. The graphics are so real. You can bathe the pets, feed them, play with them, buy them collars, bows, toys. You can even enter them in competitions. Lure and Frisbee. Schnazuer, Labrador Retriever, French Bulldog, and the list goes on. But one tiny tiny con: You can only choose from 3 types of cats. Persian, Siamese, and Shorthair. But you can choose from up to about I would say 16 breeds of dogs.
Summary: My seven year old daughter says the graphics are good and the game is fun. I'm not sure how it compares to either games of similar content but I haven't heard any complaints from her about it.
Summary: A really good sequel to the original Nintendogs. Even though the dogs are no longer visible on the bottom screen (which I sort of preferred) it's still very fun just like the original games. I'm loving it.
Summary: This game has many varieties of dogs and cats you can acquire. It's cool how you can actually take care of it and do regular tasks, just like you would with a real pet. It seems like there is a lot of content as well. You can take your pet for a walk, buy it food and supplies, or just pamper it with gifts. It can respond to voice commands and touch via the touchscreen. The graphics are also a high point, the 3D effect works well when playing fetch and more.