Summary: So my girls love being able to do anything with littlest pet shop and when they got this for christmas it was an instant hit. I read a ton of the reviews before buying and it seemed like the biggest complaint was that it made the kids playing the game read. I couldn't believe that people would be complaining about that. The animals in the game talk through thought bubbles that the kids have to read and click through them to continue the story.
Summary: Sorry to be redundant, but it is a little heavy on the reading, which wouldn't be that big of a deal, except for the fact that my daughter just started kindergarten and can't read any of it. Also, there are many "dead" spots as you go along and around the paths that cause either one or both pets to freeze. Therefore, you have to restart the game every now and then. Other than that, my daughter really loves this game.
Summary: ...unless you like to read every single interaction between pets to your kids. every interaction the characters in the game have with each other has written speech on the screen, but the pets only make pet noises. So if my daughter is playing i'm reading. great idea ea games/hasbro. the toys are marketed to 4-8 year olds. yet the game has writing geared to 7yrs or greater...
Summary: My daughter got this for her 5th birthday. She loves everything Littlest Pet Shop, so this was on the top of her birthday wish list. She really loves playing all of the arcade games. Some of them are a bit tough for her, but she is getting better and better. When in the story mode where you have to complete different task, the only negative is that you need to be able to read to know what the animals are saying.
Summary: I was very excited for this game, especially since the first one was so great. But this is a very disappointing game. The graphics are great, but the game is terrible. Unlike the first game, the minigames in this are not fun at all, and rather tedious. There's only 1 minigame I actually enjoyed, and even then, it was not as fun as it could have been The 30+ animals in the first one have been cut down to like 10 in this version, which is very disappointing.
Summary: My 6-year old daughter received Littlest Pet Shop Friends for Christmas. It was highly anticipated, since she loves the first Littlest Pet Shop Wii game. She is a proficient reader (which is a must for this game), so she enjoyed the animal conversations and written instructions. The graphics are cute, the concept is great, and she thoroughly enjoyed the game. However, this game is very linear (go here, play this..
Summary: I bought this game for my little girl's 8th birthday and she absolutely LOVES it. The game has a whole lot of fun games that the child can choose from and it will keep them busy for hours. Another cute thing about the game is that they get to dress up each pet they adopt with all kinds of accessories. Its like their old WII The Littlest Pet Shop game but with newer pets and different games.
Summary: Littlest Pet Shop Friends for the Wii was a huge hit in our house. My little party planner had a great time getting ready for the "party of the year" with her pet friends. This was one of those games I had to keep telling her she'd been playing too long. And, if you have kids you know that's a major indicator that the game was pretty cool. I like that it's a multi-player game that caused the kids to do some problem solving.