Reviews and Problems with Nintendogs Labrador & Friends
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Sarah Fisher "momof2girls", Amazon
1 May 2008
Summary: I bought this for my daughter's 9th birthday. She does enjoy this game but she doesn't stay entertained as long as she does with some of her other games. It does teach certain aspects of dog care and that she really enjoys.
Summary: This is the first game my daughter asked for when she upgraded to the DS. She has had it for over a month and now has four dogs in the game. So far she is not showing any sign of getting tired of it. Her friends have other versions of Nintendogs and they often link their systems and let their dogs play together. I think she's enjoying this game as much as any game she has ever had.
Summary: I purchased this for my daughter and she loves it! She is past her teen years so that makes it more valuable! She spends hours playing this game and even takes it on her trips. I guess due to her not being able to have real pets at this time, this is a second best!!
Summary: Well, it was a bit of a hassle getting it to my grandson who lives a 1000 miles away, because of the Christmas rush and demand, so he received Nintendogs Lab after Christmas, and it was the one gift he really really wanted! He is nine and a half and LOVES this game! My son, his father, says he has worked up to 6 dogs and has them do tricks as sit, lie down, fetch, etc. My grandson recently told me, however, he's cut back to 4 dogs as that number is easier to keep.
Summary: Santa brought this for my kids ages 6 and 7. It keeps them very entertained. The best thing of all is I don't have to buy a real dog! At least not for now. They are both up to 3 dogs in which they "play" with, walk, train etc. We have bought a 2nd Nintendogs so now they can visit each other and exchange messages (pictochat).