Summary: I loved the movie and wanted a dragon of my own, so I got this as the next best thing. It's more studious than I expected and makes me think when my dragon engages in battle. The obstacle course is cool but nowhere near the detail of the HTTYD2 movie game. I enjoy playing this and then following up with the Dragon 2 game.
Summary: My daughter loves How To Train Your Dragon and this was the perfect find for her. She got it for Christmas and played it whenever she could for months before she cooled off from it. I'm told there are missions and you can design your own dragon and she would be incredibly excited when she got to the next level or got a new badge. She even sucked my husband into it.
Summary: My son was thrilled to find this game and very happy he could afford it with his allowance. He is 7. Loved it. Game came fine and came in a very timely matter which was important to a seven year old.
Summary: So I might be grown 23-year-old woman, but that didn't stop me from buying a used version of this game and enjoying it to it's fullest. I've played through the storyline as both Hiccup and Astrid. The gameplay and plot are well thought-out and it plays like an RPG. And I am hooked and in love with it! I let my 8 and 11-yr-old cousins play it, the two of them went nuts and I had a hard time getting my DS back! It's a solid game that's really fun for anyone to play.