Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs Chihuahua & Friends
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an interesting casual game, for any age.
15 December 2012
Summary: I tried this game as an adult, its still a pretty interesting casual game to play. You just need a few minutes per day to take care of your dogs, a lot of breeds can be unlocked and they all look so darn adorable. The voice response could be better, once your dog learns more than 4 tricks, he messes up the commands a lot. It can get annoying... I say "down" and the dog gives the paw and when I say "beg" the dog lays down. UGH.
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. But, overall, I enjoy the game.
Summary: my kid love it. In the begining, I thought the version I brought was European version which has no English. After I open up, I found this game just like american version with english. My kid can't put the game down for a moment when she starts to play even I have a real dog " chihuahua". Now I think she has this game for two months, she still love it. I have no regred for purchase this game. Now, my daughter always chat with her friends about the dogs from this game.
Summary: Overall, this game is enjoyable and will pass some time. Like any game, you may get tired of it after awhile. Set it down and distract yourself with something else for a bit then come back to check on your 'puppies'.
Summary: i love the game, its sooo cute! but its kind of difficult to figure out how to do things like training. its adorable but gets a little boring..after i do the regular things, i dont know then what to do anymore. but still fun and cute!! soo adorable!
Summary: I got this one for the kids. It's kind of cute. You get to watch three different kinds of dogs run around and play with them. I think its great for the little kids only because you can't really do that much its a lot like the virtual pets you use to get but with better graphics. Good for kids 10 and under, they are enjoying it.
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 keypad. After that, you go through the same process with "Sit". After your new pal learns that, your on your own.
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, your dog gets hungry, thirsty, and dirty when you don't take care of it) Cons: -Gets boring after a while -Voice recegnition unclear, takes a while -Not many things to do Hope...