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Nintendogs: Dachshund & Friends (DS)

Nintendogs: Dachshund & Friends (DS)
alaScore 70

10 reviews

Jul, 2014

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Finally Give That Kid The Puppy They Have Been Asking For!

 

Sit! Good boy! Stop it you two! well done , do you want a treat? Thats what you will find yourself shouting constantly into the mic while playing this game. Which dosen't go down very well if your on a public bus! But for some reason , something makes...

Hours of fun!Easy Navigation.Loads of dog breeds.Wi-Fi

Gets repetitive to some gamers.More Wi-Fi features would have been good

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One of the best virtual pet games out there.

 

I heard about nintendogs from many webpages. It looked interesting, and since I can't own a dog where I live I had to get it. It teaches you a lot about taking car of a dog, but not every aspect of it. I did like the aspect of the competitions. I had...

Teaches about taking care of a pet, and the responseabilities

very repetitive. you do the same things over and over. The never get older either

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Cute game for kids

 

This game can be very addicting and entertaining to those who love virtual pets and puppies. To others, it may be tedious or even reluctant work. The game runs on your DS's internal clock, so the player is required to care for their dog everyday, or...

fun for kids, many dog breeds, cute graphics

wireless capabilities are useless

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Nintendogs: not really what it's barked up to be

 

Nintendogs is a game where you can buy virtual puppies, and interact with them! You can go to contests, take them on walks, and dress them up in silly or sweet costumes. However, I personally think that Nintendogs sounds better than it is.

Adorable puppies, DS wireless communtications

Get's old, limited activities, poor voice recognition

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This game is great and i love it

 

I thought that this was one of the best nintendogs games. I got the rest but they weren't as good as this one. I thought it was great. It got a bit boring at times but it was fun again after a little while. I bought it because my friend had the game...

I really like getting trainer points and unlocking stuff like breeds and toys

The beginning is boring cause you don't get to much stuff

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Take care of your very own puppy

 

My kids love animals, so when they came out with Nintendogs for DS, they all wanted it. One of the ones we picked up was Nintendogs: Dachshund & Friends.

Cute puppies, teaches responsibility

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NINTENDOGS: LAB AND FRIENDS

 

My 9yr old daughter just loves this game. She just cant put it down at times. My 3yr old daughter always looks forward to playing with it too. Yes, even a 3yr old can play with this game. As for any voice commands and training the dogs, she is too...

Teaches your child responsibility

Very sensitive with the voice training commands

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Nintendogs are low maintenance fun

 

The Nintendo gameboy Nintendog games are a breakthrough in interactive software. These 3D pups react to your voice...in addition to being controlled with the DS stylus!

highly detailed and interactive

Vocal commands can be a bit tricky at first

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Portable Puppies!

 

I wasn't too sure about Nintendogs when I first heard about it, and hadn't really had any intentions of buying it. However, desiring a pink DS (which - here at least - you must buy with Nintendogs to recieve) I picked it up and was immediatley...

Fun game, realistic, highly interactive, adorable

Very restrictive

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Puppies For Sale!

 

Nintendogs, definately one of the more 'off beat' titles to be released in the past year, while at the same time, being instantly familiar as something we've "sort of seen before" in other pet simulation experiences, although, compared to anything that...

Dogs look amazing. Lots to collect. Voice recognition

Terrible music, bland backgrounds, limited activities