Reviews and Problems with Go Diego Go: Safari Rescue
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A must for little kids...
Alvaro Tejada Galindo, Amazon
4 December 2013
Summary: Bought for my 5 years old daughter and she had played Dora games before...I must say...this one is more fun and really makes a kid want to play...easy to control...with lots of animals and zero frustration...a little bit pricy but bought it second hand...not a single scratch...just like brand new...
Summary: My 3 and 5 year olds have enjoyed this game. They played through it quickly, but have enjoyed playing it over several times. At this point they have moved on to other games, so the value for the amount of time they played it wasn't as good as I would hope for.
Game itself is AWESOME, case and artwork was HORRIBLE!!
Lady Lovelylocks, Amazon
20 August 2013
Summary: What a tough spot I'm in to review this... the game itself is super fun. I bought it for my three-year-old nephew, and he absolutely loved it! Even though I knew this item was used when I got it, they seller failed to mention that the case had a major crack and the artwork was majorly torn! It looked like the artwork was taken out, and a kid got its hands on it and ran around and crinkled it up and stepped on it and who knows what else.
Summary: I bought this for my then four-year-old nephew. Since I'm a gamer, he's always wanted to play the games I play, such as Super Mario, but doesn't know how. So after Googling about video games that are suitable for preschoolers, I stumbled on this. He also loves Diego, so that was a plus. Go Diego Go Safari Rescue is a good, introductory game for little, newbie gamers. Diego's voice is the same as the series.
Summary: I bought this game for the Wii, "Go Diego Go Safari Rescue" last Christmas for my (then) 5 year old boy and 4 year old girl. Now, after we've had and used it for almost a year, here are my impressions of the game: Pros: - The controls are simple enough to use and understand that both of my children were able to get the hang of it almost immediately, and only rarely need my help to get past a tough spot - The game has a real feelng of similarity the "Go Diego Go" TV...
Summary: Wanted a game on the Wii that my 3-year-old could do himself without getting frustrated. So many of the games on the Wii are for older kids/adults, so my son sees a game, wants to play, but soon gets frustrated that he can't make it work. I got him started on this game and soon, he was able to do it himself. It goes on a long time and is quite repetitive, but you can stop it and pick it up later. The repetition helps him be able to do it himself.
Summary: My four and five year old love this game! It reminds me of an old Gameboy game, which is a good thing because most games these days are too complicated for young kids to pick up easily. This game shows you each motion you need to perform, and you pretty much only use one button on the remote.