Reviews and Problems with How to Train Your Dragon
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Lots to do on Berk
1 July 2014
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 kids love these games. I wish they arrived faster. I rarely by games online because the kids are rarely patient enough. Nintendo needs to move faster with the modern digital world and make games more easily available for digital distribution.
Summary: My son is 8 and a pretty savvy gamer. He loves this movie and loves to read the books so when he asked to buy the game I knew that he would like it and said yes. The reason I say it's definitely e10 is because of the style of play. It's a turn based battle style of game and it requires a lot of reading and strategy for a young kid.
Summary: I got this DS game for my 8 year old and he loves it. Of course, he loved the movie which is why I bought it in the first place. It is all about fighting dragons/characters from the movie. He's had it a month and hasn't grown tired of it yet.
Summary: While How To Train Your Dragon for the DS is not gold, it isn't a terrible game. Unlike most movie games, the stry is good and it isn't painful to play, and many fans of the movie would definitely enjoy it. While it does not hold up to the amazing graphics and customization of the 360, Wii, or PS3 versions, the DS version is alright on it's own.
Summary: The whole reason I bought this game is because it is my fav movie.It is a great game with very fun battles and also teaches battle strategy eg some moves do more damage when your opponent is "wounded" so if you use an attack that wounds your opponent and THEN use the first attack you do more damage.I haven"t tried multiplayer because none of my friends have the game but I hope I can try it soon.