Summary: Great game. My 9 year old loved it, though I thought the main story arc was a little short. It allows you to continue, and my duaghter still plays it, but gone is the excitement of treating a new animal or a new condition.
Summary: I rented this game for my 10 year old daughter for 1 day and she got hooked on it.This is what she said. "Its a really fun game. You go all around the world to help sick and hurt animals. The only thing i don't like about this game is its timed. It may be a little hard for kids under 7, but if you're over 7 and you love animals, you'll love this game.
Summary: My 3 year old son has a blast playing this game. My favorite part is that it gets him up and moving. When you have to swim in the game, the child has to make the motion of swimming. Or when you have to jump, the child is told to jump. Also, Diego can't 'die' in the game. If he walks to the edge of a cliff he just waves his arms around like he's going to fall, but can't actually fall. There's nothing the child can do to 'mess up' in the game.
Summary: I have a 5.5 yr old and we have tried almost EVERY game out there to find games that she can play and enjoy. This is one of them. The tasks are challenging enough to keep her attention but not frustrate her. Definitely worth the purchase if your child is under 7yrs old and cant fully read well enough to play most of the Wii games out there.
Summary: If you have played other Petz games on DS, this one is very similar. This is a hybrid child of Trauma center and Petz. As with other DS games, this is one is super short... 2hr or so. The game is very well executed, perfect for a 8+. Even adults can enjoy this game very much. All your missions have TR style clock; that keeps on you toes. Some missions will require you to try a couple of times; not very difficult though. You can replay the game and not get bored.