Reviews and Problems with National Geographic Panda
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For the Panda Lover
20 October 2012
Summary: My favorite animal is the Panda. I've always loved him, and i have always been intrigued by them. My Husband bought a used copy of this game at our local GameStop as a little surprise for me last week, i was very excited! I have had my eyes on this for quite some time now. When i started the game i was confused, there was already a file started... Typical because it was used, but that's not where I was going with this...
Summary: Both of my children are enjoying this cute and educational game for the DS. The game mechanics are similar to most other animal husbandry games but the cuteness factor elevates it. The kids return to this game frequently so I'm pleased with the purchase. The National Geographic video that came with the game is great! Very informative and a good story.
Do you like dressing pandas up in silly costumes? How about having panda friends that fart flowers when you rub their belly?!
D. Chapman, Amazon
8 December 2009
Summary: My boyfriend bought this for me due to my love for the panda. It is in the same vein as the sims animals games. The game allows you to customize the pandas indoor and outdoor environment; purchase food, toys, and accessories with a daily allowance; and even touch your panda (poke, pat, push, and move their cute little limbs while they sleep). The game also keeps track of the days and time you spent with your panda.
Summary: When I was at EB, I wanted to try a different simulation game instead of always Nintendogs or cooking mama. I wanted to try something unique. Thats when I saw "National geographic panda." I somehow have a strange obsession with pandas,(kung-fu panda was awesome!) So I knew I wanted this game. When you start the game you only have a few places to play at. But soon you'll get so much more. The graphics where pretty good, almost as good as nintendogs.
Summary: I bought this for my 8 year old daughter who is obsessed with Pandas. The object of the game is that you take care i.e., feed it, play with it, etc. of a virtual Panda. It is easy and educational. The DVD that came with it was also very interesting!