Reviews and Problems with Dora the Explorer: Dora Saves the Mermaids
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Agent4798xxx , GameStop
26 May 2012
Summary: This game is racist as it gets. It was meant for children but playing thrugh it I've discovered it is very bad. Dora's health regenerates by eating tacos, that are located around the map. The characters all have sombraros and moustaches, and not to mention they constantly eat beans.
Summary: I bought this game for my 5 year old as she desperately wanted it. When it arrived she played it and completed the entire game in just under an hour, It is way too easy, there are no separate levels, it is 1 entire journey and you just go from the next one to the next one and so on.
Summary: As one reviewer has said, this is not the largest game in the world, however to give it one star is ridiculous. My little one has kept going back to play this from the age of 5...she is now 8 and shows no signs of 'growing out of it'.
Summary: My 4 year old daughter enjoyed the other Dora and Diego PS2 games (purple kingdom, safari rescue, snow princess) so I got her this one too. She finished it in about an hour. She did enjoy it and has played it again since, but if you are buying it to keep your little one busy for a few afternoons go...
clear instructions that 4 year old could follow easily, and is an excellent tool for young children ...
14 February 2009
Summary: Arrived promptly and well packaged. clear instructions that 4 year old could follow easily, and is an excellent tool for young children to learn use of play station controls with. The story line kept her engrossed for far longer than anticipated