Summary: Careful if your child is too young to read. All the screens have text that must be read to better enjoy and understand the game. So if your child is still to young to read, choose another game.
Summary: When I got this game, I thought it would be better. I've read some of the reviews saying Dogz is better than Nintendogs, and I have Nintendogs, so I wanted to see for myself! First of all, Dogz doesnt have good graphics - practically two pixels on the screen, LOL. Nintendogs is FANTASTIC! The graphics are awesome, you can find stuff and meet other dogs on walks, you can get more puppies - it's very realistic.
Summary: I am 12 years old now, but I bought this game a while ago. When I bought it I absolutely loved it, but now it is very childish and basic for me. It would be good for girls aged 9 and below, because there is very little reading involved and it is a very easy game to grasp. You buy your own puppy, and are told to care for it for 30 'days'. Unlike Nintendogs, it is not in real time. Time is taken whenever you go through a door, walk your dog, etc.
Look after your own dog on Dogz for the Nintendo DS
22 July 2009
Excerpt: This review is for the Nintendo DS game, Dogz, developed by MTO and published by Ubisoft. This game involving you buying a dog and then taking care of it by walking and feeding it. This is a game which can either be played for entertainment value, or as a example game to a child of what having a real life dog would be like. You start by choosing the puppy that you want from a choice of eighteen different breeds, each with their own characteristics.
Summary: C'est le premier jeu que j'ai eu!la plupart des chiens ne sont pas très beau! Les dialogues sont en anglais! C'est dommage mais si on parle anglais on comprend assez bien! Le jeu est assez répétitif et pas très interessent.