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Build-A-Bear Workshop
7.4 out of 10

Build-A-Bear Workshop

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Overall 9
Gameplay 9
Graphics 8
Sound 9
Replay value 9

Build a Bear Workshop

Family Friendly Gaming
2 February 2013
  • Excerpt: I must admit that I was very excited to hear about a Build a Bear based video game, and that it was being developed by The Game Factory on the Nintendo DS. Build-a-Bear Workshop lets people from all age groups, walks of life, gender, sex, and religions create their own digital build a bear.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

The Game Chair
13 December 2011
  • Excerpt: Product Description Organizes & Stores Video Game Systems; Fits Up To 37" Flat Panel TV With Up 80 Lbs; Holds Game Consoles, 4 Controllers, Games & Accessories; Durable & Strong Double Wire Construction; Space-Efficient Design; Broad Feet For Stability; Lower Shelves Support Up To 5 Lbs
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Overall 9

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Game Vortex
4 December 2008
  • Excerpt: There is nothing more satisfying than to realize that a corporation has created yet another well crafted way to relieve you of your hard earned money. Build-A-Bear: Workshop is out to kill your wallet. To accomplish this, they employed the worst of wallet assassins.
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Overall 3
Gameplay 2
Graphics 6
Sound 3
Control 6
Addiction 2

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Nintendo World Report
22 January 2008
  • Summary: It starts with this game and having a teddy bear, and the next thing you know, you're that guy on Grizzly Man.
  • Pros: I mean, at least I hear it's great., ...Not that I've ever been to one., The game might inspire you to actually go to one of those great Build-A-Bear places.
  • Cons: The game ends right as it starts., The puns are bad. Really bad. Beary bad, even.
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Overall 8

Build A Bear Workshop

Gaming Evolution
25 December 2007
  • Conclusion: Looking back on all the titles that have been released over the years, this title is certainly no Nintendogs or Pokemon, which have seen huge sales around the worlds. This title is geared toward the child and/or gamer that can’t get enough of cuddly stuff animals and who are open to a different...
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Overall 6

Expert Review

21 December 2007
  • Summary: The DS sparked an industry-wide craze for casual games, as publishers realized that there was a whole new market to tap. Hardcore gamers weren’t the only people with disposable income, and if given the right product, the casual demographic could potentially be more profitable than the hardcore...
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Overall 7

Build-A-Bear Workshop review (DS)

19 November 2007
  • Excerpt: To kids, few things are more important than cookies and milk, fun with friends and teddy bears. Build-A-Bear Workshop , a new DS title from the folks at The Game Factory, celebrates all of that and more. Kids build a stuffed animal, then amuse themselves by being a companion to their creation.
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Build-a-Bear Workshop

The Armchair Empire
8 January 2007
  • Conclusion: it's fun!" they both said.) It's too bad that there weren't more options available to create your own stuffed creature, such as being able to swap body parts or add arms and legs to your creation. (Wouldn't it be cool to make a dragon? "I like my bear," my daughter told me.
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Red Dead Revolver

11 May 2004
  • Conclusion: Red Dead Revolver has one thing going for it, and that is that it can be a lot of fun. Personally I am a big western fan, and make a game out of one of my favorite genres and I am bound to have fun, and that’s exactly what happens in Red Dead Revolver.
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Expert Review

2 June 2015
  • Conclusion: Get ready for the total Build-A-Bear experience on Nintendo DS! Make your own Build-A-Bear, dress it up, play with it in lots of funny activities and mini games! The Bear will be like a virtual extension of yourself and a personal companion you can love like a best friend.
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