Summary: My daughter loves the idea of this game but I end up needing to play most parts for her because she is small and kinect has a hard time registering her properly. We have moved the sensor, configured and all and it still is glitchy, but only with this game. She can play other kinect games with no problems. I would suggest this for a 6 year old and up.
Summary: First I was upset that case was broken when received, but we were so close to Christmas I just wrapped it and hoped that the DVD would still be okay inside. Like another reviewer wrote, it is a little bit lengthy intro when you finally get into the game. My daughter loves animals, so she likes playing it now, but really wish it was for at least 2 players at a time, as she would love to play with a friend.
The map UI is easy to understand and the ability to "train" your animal ...
Christine Dela Rosa, Amazon
27 July 2014
Summary: The map UI is easy to understand and the ability to "train" your animal has been awesome. I really like game. But, the kinect isn't sensititve enough to always translate to movements in the game. I also think the replayability is low for the game, especially since you're supposed to replay activities often fo currecency. But, the first time is really fun.
Summary: Buying this game i was really excited because it was in my mind like an old Tamagachi pet... except you can interact physically with it! I paid very little for the game and I am glad I did. It was indeed pretty fun, but it did not last. It was interesting first learning everything, but it faded and became mundane as time went on. The mini games became less interesting and really boring.
Summary: You can't beat the price. Under $10.00. We played the original Kinectimals (borrowed game from a friend) and had a blast, so purchasing the game with bears seemed like a good idea. While the bears did have some moments, it was not as fun.