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Pocket Pets (DS)

Pocket Pets (DS)
alaAverage 3.7

3 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers are impressed by the gameplay and graphics. There are some critical comments about the value for money.

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Kirby Squeak Squad: The Quest for the Cake!

 

Ah well then, what do we have here? Another Kirby game for the DS! And thankfully not entirely dependant on the touch screen! And it's about Kirby's quest for cake! So heeeeeeere we go!Kirby is simply sitting in the meadow, about to enjoy his ...

Cute and fun, extra abilities, better graphics, cute soundtrack

Little replay value after you collect all the treasure chests, a bit too easy

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At Last, the First Real Kirby Game In, Um...

 

Poor King Dedede. He's been the bad guy exactly once in Popstar's history and the hero at least twice, but no matter what it seems that Kirby's first recourse for any problem is to beat the stuffing out the unfortunate penguin no matter what. Our pink ...

At length, a classic style Kirby game (mostly) with some solid gameplay

Short. Final boss fight is so anticlimactic it's almost funny

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Kirby Squeak Squad: - T'was A Case of Stolen Cheesecake

 

Earlier in it's life, the Nintendo DS saw the release of a Kirby game. Unfortunately for diehard fans of the series, this was a vastly different sequel making use of the touch screen completely for gameplay. I kept up the faith that Nintendo would ...

Cute Graphics and Presentation, Huge List of Power-ups, Very Fun Gameplay

Too Easy, Item Management on Lower Screen Can be a Hassle

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