Reviews and Problems with Franklin's Great Adventures
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My kids love it...
A reader, Amazon
30 March 2009
Summary: Actually I and the kids l(6 and 4) love it. It's not frustating to the kids. The combo Franklin and bear is cute and requires some thinking when you switch from one to the other. It is exactly fitted for pre-k and k. We also like the graphics and the sounds Franklin makes.
Summary: So i guess some people forgot that Franklin is primary rated for preschool aged individuals........and that's why i as an adult bought it for my 2 and 4 year old. I'm sure it is lots of fun for them....lol.
Summary: Who on planet Earth would pay a hard earned [...] to for this [...]? This game features a character based on some old preschooler show (that should set off an alarm.) The graphics just plain suck, even for a 96-bit handheld like the DS. It took me 30 minutes to beat it. WHO WOULD PAY [...] A MINUTE TO PLAY THIS GAME?!?!? Not me. And neither should you. If you want a REAL DS game, buy Super Mario 64 DS.
Summary: This game is worse then barney. And Franklin went of the air years ago Im not sure if pepole even remember it. Anyway Franklin and that stupid Snail go to find the turtle dimoind from a book. I bet it and at the end they decided that they had a good adventure anyway. The game should have been rated EC beacuse it took me 45 minuits to bet and it is all about brain game don't buy it unless you can't spell or conut.
Summary: I got this with a package for my eight year old only to find it was a great hit with my four year old. There aren't many games out there for the little ones and this has to be top of the list with the platform main game and many mini games that can be unlocked my sister (a teacher) completed the game so my little one could have full access and he hasn't put it down since.