Summary: My son, a 10 year-old, loves it, and when tired of playing the game, he turns to designing his own dragons, which is the most creative part of the game: there you can let your imagination fly. I find the rest of the graphics a little bland, and I suspect more sophisticated players may find it repetitive and lose interest, especially if they are not big fans of the TV series
Summary: The game is decent. You have a few zones you can run around in and the quests are fairly simple. Fights are alright. The only really good thing about this are the bonus games. They are pretty good and keep my little sister occupado for her whole game time. I&apos;m trying to get her off of games like Black Ops and Assassins Creed 3 so it&apos;s doing its job pretty well. From my point of view it deserves better than average but not amazing.
Summary: The graphics and audio arent the greatest...and the tasks and challenges seem a little simple... But this is geared towards children and not adults even tho my husband loves playing this game!! Its actually taking him longer to play then it took him to play Killzone3 All in all its a cute little game that would keep your younger kids (or husbands) entertained!!
Summary: Basically this is a game thats pretty much a short sequel to the original movie. Overall it's a melee fighting game involving a few cut scenes and some mini games as you fire your way through the story. You can play as Astrid of Hiccup throughout the story and get to collect dragons thought the winnings of tournaments. Its a fun game and it has great customization, and the graphics are pretty good too!