Reviews and Problems with How to Train Your Dragon
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theavggammer , GameStop
7 December 2012
Summary: the combo moves it ask you to do are not smooth, but the mini games are fun but are only repeatable for money and not exp so each minigametraining has to be done to the highest lvl for your dragon to reach its max lvl
Summary: This game is one of the best games I have ever played. DO NOT let others make you think that this game is boring because it is NOT. DO NOT LISTEN TO THEM! This game is amazing and the graphics are some of the best I have ever seen. One great feature is the fact that when you beat the game, there are still cool dragon challenges to play and one Viking is offering to trade your gold for arcade dragons ( if you beat them.
Summary: I just bought this game the other day and WOW i was impressed with everything. I absolutely LOVED the movie and i had to get the game that went with it. Im a hardcore How To Train Your Dragon fan (and im 21 years old!) So dont let your age stop you from playing an awesome game. You get to train your dragons, feed them, put them to bed... OH and the championships are amazing.
Summary: I just got the game yesterday and have been playing it for about 10 hours. Some people say the games made to follow a movie are not that great, but I love this game! You get to customize your dragons then you can buy, collect and search for items to care for your dragon. Then you get to train and battle other dragons to make yours stronger. There are many different tournaments you can participate in to win new dragons and earn money to shop in the town market.
Summary: Our specail needs son has wanted this Wii game for ages , i could not afford it at chirstmas , this is going away for his birthday in april so i will have to update you but i am a 100% sure he will love it
Summary: This game is definitely aimed at the childrens audience captured by the books and the film- my son started reading the books and saw the film last year before getting this game. This is primarily a one player game - there is a 2 player mode in the Arena but this is a small part of the overall package. The game takes you to the isle of Berk where you choose a role as Astrid or Hiccup (with one dragon each).