Reviews and Problems with Go Diego Go: Safari Rescue
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Purchased for my 3 yr old Diego lover, we will stick with watching the show.
24 October 2012
Summary: Purchased this for my 3 year old who loves Go Diego Go! Sad to report this was disappointing. He lost interest fast. The instructions it issues seemed more advanced than even the show. My son interracts with the show like a pro, the game seemed boring in comparison and slow. I supposed when converted into a game they are a bit limited. The game was ok but at times I wish there was a way to go through a tutorial before buying.
Summary: The game plays identically to its cousin game Dora the Explorer Saves the Mermaids. My daughter is two and a half and was able to finish the entire game in less than an hour. It was easy enough for a smaller child but if your child is over the age of five, it will not be challenging to them at all. If you are looking for a first game for a pre-school aged child,they will enjoy the animals and action of this game.
Summary: Bought this for my 5 years old son, he enjoyed it a lot, but completed the game in half an hour. Good game but too short, do not feel that it was worth the money. I wish they put the age group in all these games or at least level of difficulty (instead of rated E which tells nothing in terms of difficulty and length of game). This way, I can purchase a higher level game that lasts longer than half an hour and that makes the product worth the money.
Summary: My son just turned 3, and I thought he'd love this game based off of the reviews. Unfortunately this is probably the game he plays the least. If this is your child's 1st DS game, it might be worthwhile, but since my son has older siblings (the oldest is 8), they have more fun, challenging games that are more enjoyable. Super Mario is probably his favorite. The activities on Go Diego Go: Safari Rescue are extremely simple and I guess it just does not keep his attention.