Summary: My daughter just had to have this game. A friend of hers has it and they no longer carry it in the stores around us. Now that she has it, she and her brother take turnes taking care of their dogs (on the game). We willsee how long it lasts. I don't play the games so I can't say anythig bad about it, I don't even know how to turn them on.
Summary: Great game, however you can only enter 3 contests one day at a time and you can walk them every hour and what about in between time? I guess just watch them play with each other and train them until they are too "tired" to learn another "trick". I give it a good rating because its fun getting presents,taking them to agility etc.
Summary: I guess if you live somewhere you can't have a Dog and really want one this is the game for you. First, you go to the Pound and Pick out the puppy you want. Then you go home and begin training the puppy. You Pick a name and then say the name SEVERAL times into the built-in Mic. in order to get the Puppy to learn its name. You can also teach your new Puppy numerous tricks. Sit, Roll-Over, Spin, Lie Down, Stay, etc..
Summary: My daughter loves this game. It was a gift for her. She plays with it all the time. I would say this is a game for kids. it is fun as a adult also. I always try to play her games also. I have also gotten her another game silmilar to this one for the type of dogs she was looking for. Again i would purchase this game for any child. It is a good learning experince for a child to learn how to train and take care of any animal to see if they are ready.
Summary: This game is perfect if you are bored. You may look a little silly talking to a gameboy but it is so much fun. The game could have been better. I hate when you turn the game on after not playing it for a week, and all of the dogs you have are starving and dirty. They all need a bath. I have 8 dogs in this game and when I turn the game on, I have to give them ALL bathes. It is really annoying. I hate games that keep playing even when you turn the game system off.
Summary: Love this game. My daughter never gets bored with it. It's about as realistic of a pet as you can get without the dog hair on the furniture. The only thing that kept this game from receiving an excellent rating, is that my daughter let her friend play with the game, and when she got it back, she had to retrain the dog to respond to her voice. Was frustrating. This game is recommended.
Summary: I got my electric blue nintendo about 1 year ago... it was a bundle pack, that had this game. It kept me busy for hours & days. About 3 weeks later.. it was sitting in my nintendo case un-used for a while. I got Ice age which is VERY hard. I ended trading it for Pirates of the Carribean. Anyway... Nintendogs can keep some people entertained for months.. but for me, It gets a little boring.... Walks, comp., dogs, water, food, toys... once you think about it..
Summary: I like it because it is a fun and interactive game that allows you to own a dog and take care of it as a puppy. You can take your dog(s) on walks,take it to contests,and dress it up. I decided to buy it because I thought it looked like a fun game. I also decided to buy it because I couldn't have a dog so it was a perfect way of having a dog without really having a dog.
Nintendogs - Own a puppy without real life responsibility!
25 July 2013
Excerpt: Game and Gameplay The Nintendogs series has been around for quite a while now, almost as long as the DS itself I would imagine, and still captivates it's players like no other game. There are 4 versions of this game: Labrador, Dalmatian, Miniature Daschund, and Chihuahua. Each game allows you to own a variety of breeds. The version reviewed here is the Labrador and friends game, but I believe that they each work on a similar principle.
Pros: Pretty realistic in many respects, great for all ages .
Cons: Can get boring after a while, voice recognition sometimes difficult .