Reviews and Problems with How to Train Your Dragon
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beautiful but limited game
John B Delphia III, Amazon
13 August 2013
Summary: The game's design and scenery is very nice, and its great fun battling dragons blast to claw with family and friends. There are very pretty scenes where you can fly your dragon. But the utilization of the 3d motion detection in the Wii game wands, although there somewhat, is weak. The storyline is also somewhat limited.
Summary: My son absolutely loves how to train your dragon. It is his fav movie, DS game and Wii game. He really liked this as well. I was a little disappointed at the length - I think that for the $, you should have gotten 2-3 30 minute stories but he doesn't have a single complaint. The characters are pretty true to the original, Astrid is a little off - a little too nice and not as confident.
Summary: I think my grandson is already bored with this game but the graphics were interesting and the movie was so charming it was fun for him to stay engaged with the spirit of the movie playing this game. the movie was great.
Summary: After playing games that make you think and work really hard to stay alive, this simple mixed RPG and fighter game is great for children and adults who would like to have fun, relax, and stay stress free. With so many games focused on just staying alive, it's refreshing to be able to sit back and just play a simple RPG-style game by digging for food and plants, catching animals, and talking to other characters. The problem is that it is TOO simple.
Summary: (Dictated by my 9 year old son). This game is fun because you get to explore and you get to train your dragon(s). You can earn up to four dragons. The graphics are similar to the movie, which is pretty cool. Overall, it was pretty much what I thought, a lot of fun. I would recommend to buy it. The only complaint I had was having to wait a whole week to receive the game.
Summary: I have to start this off with saying that I have not seen the movie. I bought this game because I love dragons and had a gift card. I have had the game for about a week and have played it a few times (only because my real world, adult responsibilities prevent me from playing more). Since I know nothing about the characters, I went straight to Adventure mode. So far, I am having fun finding food and other necessities for my dragon.