Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs Dachshund & Friends
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Worth Getting for Christmas for Your Little Ones!
7 November 2012
Summary: I bought this game back in 2005 with my original DS. and over the years lost it. This is a extremely simple game, its similar to tomogatchi pet, your raising a puppy which never grows up. You feed, walk, bathe, and train this puppy. And they will run away if you don't play the game over a long period of time. While it is simple and repetitive, its a good game to start children on around the 7+ group.
Summary: This is an absoulutely fun and adorable game. You get to choose a puppy and raise it while teaching it tricks and playing, and walking around the neiborhood. Entering contest for disc throwing, obedience, and a whole bunch of fun for you and your dog. They also look life like and play and interact with you. They learn their name and react to the sound of your voice. I enjoy playing this game and I bet you will too!
Summary: I bought this game to replace the one I had years ago before my cousin broke my DS phat. I loved the Nintendogs series and I wanted to play again. I like how I get to raise the breeds of dogs I've always loved but I don't like how they never grow up and if you want to raise more than 8, you have to give one away. It does get boring after a while and frustrating when your pet doesn't listen to you.
Summary: buuut after a while? Kind of monotonous. I mean, honestly, I loved the game the first week I got it--and I still loved it later. It's just that when it comes down to it, there isn't that much to do in the game. Walk the dog (but you can't take it out again until it's rested for half an hour), train it a bit, enter a few contests a day...and the feeding and washing and caring and stuff. I really did like this game (I got it December 2008), but I rarely touch it now.
Summary: My eight year old LOVES this game, she plays it every day to "check on her puppy." It takes some patience to teach the puppy tricks and to train them, but i think it gives a little taste of what its like to care for a real pet. You have to take it for walks and clean up after it, buy it food and water and bath it every day or two. You can even walk to the bark park to play frisbee and play with other dogs.
Summary: This is a cute game and is easy to get sucked into, but it's not super exciting or fun and I was expecting a lot more from it when I purchased it. I like the walks, finding the surprises on the way, the park, training & competitions. Giving them baths, brushing, & taking care of them is fun. Trying on all the different accessories that you find is fun. (especially love the mariokart & the helicopter special finds... they're so funny to play with).
Summary: I bought the game for my daughter because she kept telling me she wants a puppy. What better than a virtual one. I love the features and they way you can really interact with the dogs in this game! Adorable!! Overall, I'd recommend the game to all pet lovers!!
Summary: First of all,there are a lot of different dogs to choose from in the game. There are also a lot of activities such as playing with the dogs and entering them into competitions,as well as feeding and walking them.As you get further into the game, you can also unlock even more dogs to play with!Overall,it's a great game and it keeps you busy.