Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs Chihuahua & Friends
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I like Nintendogs
Alie Stevens, Amazon
13 July 2010
Summary: My 12 yr. old daughter purchased the game and this is what she says about it, "I like Nintendogs but, sometimes you're stuck doing the same things over again. For example, if you don't have a lot of money to go and do stuff with the dog, you end up only being able to feed it and play with it.
Summary: This was my first game for my Polar White DS and I was obsessed. I'd never played any other pet stimulation games before, and I loved it. There's are some pros and cons though. Pros: -Exellent graphics -Cool use of microphone -Bark Mode is cool -Not challenging, just fun -Realistic (for example,...
Summary: At first my sister this game. She played all the time. I soon got jelsose and started to save my money to get the game my self it took my 1 1/2 months to save but i did. At first i was disoppointed with the "walk" mode. But soon my walk got bigger and I became hooked. This game had everything!
Summary: I think this game is fun for kids who can't get a dog. The dogs are very realistic and can act almost exactly like a real dog. You can have up to 8 dogs, so choose carefully. If you want to get more, you go to the kennel where you got your first dog.
Advanced virtual simulation using alll features of the DS in a smart way
12 September 2005
Summary: After reading many of the current reviews, there is one more thing that has to said again: NintenDogs wil NEVER be released for PSP or Gamecube, because of two reasons: #1 Obviously it's published and inspired by Nintendo, as some of you might now, Nintendo and Sony are the most severe opponents...
Summary: Okay, so I just got Nintendogs today. I soon fell in love with a yorkie named Trixie. The first thing you do is bring your new puppy home. After deciding a name, you call it that a million times (A few times too many if you ask me), then when your dog learns it's name, you enter the name on the...
Summary: At first I expected this game to be like any other, because I haven't played the DS before...but after a couple of minutes I was hooked I couldn't even believe the graphics. At first you are in the kennel and there are six starter breeds. You pick your dog and go home.
Summary: This is a review coming from a kid. This game has some nice detialed graphics but some areas seamed rushed. You first buy your puppy from the kennel. Then you teach its name with the microphone. Then you can play with your puppy and teach it tricks.
Summary: Bought this for my 7-year old, who absolutely loves it. I thought it might be a bit repetitive, but she really enjoys it and has been playing it regularly for months now without losing interest.
A great game for dog crazy people and a good preschool game.
16 January 2012
Excerpt: My husband bought me this game and a DS in 2005, as I desperately wanted a dog and we lived in a rented house where we couldn't have a dog. I'm not sure why he chose this variant, there are several different varieties, each of which have fourteen different breeds you can choose between.