Reviews and Problems with How to Train Your Dragon
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9 July 2012
Summary: I have 4 young boys and so we have a decent sized collection of Wii games. We all love this movie and I was excited to get a good deal on the game through Amazon. Unfortunately, the game was not as great as we hoped it would be. Walking around the village to gather items became tedious and boring.
Summary: This is a good quest game trainer for anyone advancing from littlest pet shop. Customize your dragon with colorful spikes, wings, etc. Choose to be Hiccup or Astrid, and care for up to four dragons at once, but only use one at a time.
Summary: The kids like it. I find it boring. Dragons fighting.. How is that fun... You can mske a dragon, make it different colors and .. Woo hooo.. Just not impressed at all. Another dumbing down, brain numbing piece of junk from Nintendo.
Summary: Ok, so I read the reviews before purchasing but the kids really wanted it. There are some neat features - feeding your dragon, etc but the interaction between characters is pretty limited and the overall objective is to battle other dragons. Rather violent. Hoping they tire of it soon.
Summary: I bought this for my 9 year old daughter who loved the film and wanted her own pet dragon after seeing it. I thought this would be the next best thing. She has enjoyed playing it but I don't think it is her favourite game and could have been slightly more exciting.