Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs Dalmatian & Friends
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My kids love it!
PurpleTurtleMama "purpleturtlemama", Amazon
31 July 2013
Summary: my kids wanted this game- so I bought it for birthday gifts- they love it! (my boys are 9yrs & 6yrs)... they play it all the time! and it is cute to watch, they've showed me what the game can do & it is impressive! and there are speech commands you can choose to do through the speakers- my oldest son loves that option!
Summary: I was bit skeptic about this game that you'll get bored of it quickly, but my goodness, I was proven wrong. Once you see someone playing it, it makes you spend hours and hours playing with your cute and adorable virtual puppies! Sure! It gives you an idea of how to take care and training your puppy, even you don't own an actual dog or so. I'm starting to like it also and it's good for kids who like to play and care for the pups on there.
Summary: My son's birthday is coming up and he wants a pet very badly so I decided to buy him this game. I played it a little to see what it was like to troubleshoot any problems he may have. I fell in love with this game, it is really awesome! You get to interact with dogs and finally buy one of your own to play with and train.
Summary: I purchased this game for my daughter last week and she absolutly loves it. The dog breeds are fantastic, best nintendogs created to this date, it is a great game for new ds owners, utilizing the microphone and the touch very well. I do recomend.
Summary: I personally have never played this game- it's in too much demand in our home for Mom or Dad to get a chance! I bought this game for my 6 year old daughter. Her older siblings (ages 10 and 12) love it as well. According to my 6 year old, when you begin the game it takes you to the pet shop. You get to choose which dog you get. You take it home, pet it to calm it down, and name it. Then you can begin to train it.
Summary: I love the graphics in this game and the animals look and act real for the most part. It feels like you have real dogs since you have to feed them, walk them, play with them, bathe them and train them. What I dislike is the sense of responsibility that is needed to take care of the animals. I feel that I have to take care of them more than once a day even if I do not have time or desire (just like a real pet). Each dog has its own personality and likes and dislikes.
Summary: I bought it because I have the Dachshund one and I am really far along on it.I wanted to start a new game but I am so far along that I didn't want to erase all my stuff. I love my Dachshund one and thought it wouldn't hurt to get the Dalmation one. I love the Nintendog Series. It takes a lot of playing to get bored with it. I play mine all the time(that I possibly can). You can own up to 8 puppy(although you can only interact with 3 at a time).
Summary: This is a great game. It is very fun and it teaches you some of the basics of owning a pet. The only bad thing abou it is that it takes a little while to train your first dog to sit which you have to do before you can do access many of the game's features. There are three other similar games but with different breeds, but as you play the game you can unlock the breeds of dogs on the other games.
Summary: It is so cool how it allows you to interact with the game. You get to pick which puppy you want to raise, then you get to name him/her, and train him/her, teach him/her as they pergress. You need to feed, walk, bath, watch him/her like you would a real puppy. The game even lets you pick up to three puppies, which is the limit of pups in most cities. It is really cool just how interactive this game is.