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How to Train Your Dragon (PS3)

How to Train Your Dragon (PS3)
alaScore 72

15 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 15 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the multi player mode and graphics are generally positive. There are some mixed reviews about the story. The gameplay and controls get critical views.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the How to Train Your Dragon (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 72/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 15 reviews)

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How to Train Your Dragon

 

A bold direction with a lack of polish. It is reaching that time of year again where countless animated flicks are hitting theaters, and of course the barrage of tie-in...

Love the concept ; Lots of customization ; Plenty to see and do

Disappointing visuals ; Tedious design ; Lackluster combat ; Fussy camera controls

It is reaching that time of year again where countless animated flicks are hitting theaters, and of course the barrage of tie-in games to follow along. Activision hits up one of the first with a game based on DreamWorks’ latest animated tale How to...

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How to Train Your Dragon

 

How to Train Your Dragon has been hailed as one of Dreamworks' best films, a claim I tend to agree with. The plot wasn't anything particularly new or special (in fact, it bore a curious resemblance to Avatar, which itself was pretty derivative), but...

Sound and visuals are decent

No flying? Seriously ; A fighting game? Really ; And a bad, button-mashing fighting game at that ; Tedious fetch quests and boring “training” sessions ; Frequent loading screens

Terrible and disappointing in almost every way. If you're any kind of fan of the film, you're much better off playing Panzer Dragoon or Spyro.

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How To Train Your Dragon Review

 

How To Train Your Dragon puts you in the shoes of Hiccup or Astrid as you train your dragons to fight in arena matches with you. This game is highly ...

If your kid is absolutely crazy about How To Train Your Dragon he may get a few hours of enjoyment out of this game. Unfortunately, this title quickly becomes boring and mundane.

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How to Train Your Dragon

 

Sounds like decent fun for a game targeted at children, but even young ones will have a hard time discovering any enjoyment. Every core game feature and mechanic is either too boring or too tedious for the younger gamer this title is obviously geared...

Customizing your Dragon

Horrible visuals ; Game play is boring and tedious ; Very little substance ; No story

How to Train You Dragon hurls itself to the top of the near endless heap of poor film-to-game adaptations. It is nothing more then an insult to expect gamers - or parents - to pay full price for what you get. Younger gamers will likely be confused with...

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How to Train Your Dragon

 

Funny thing about videogames based on movies is that there's nothing funny about how much they suck. How to Train Your Dragon distinguishes itself by sucking less than expected.

Surprise! A videogame based on How to Train Your Dragon with all the box art allure of the kiddy movie of the same name, the same base premise but otherwise little in common with the plot or particulars of the film currently smashing up the box office.

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PS3 Review – Fallout 3

 

PlayStationLifeStyle reviews the recent title from Bethesda and it doesn't disappoint.

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How to Train Your Dragon

 

Based on DreamWorks' computer animated film and Cressida Cowell's book, How to Train Your Dragon follows the adventures of a scrawny young Viking named Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III, who goes against his tribe's wishes by befriending a dragon instead of s

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How to Train Your Dragon- PS3

 

There's a good idea for a children's game somewhere in How to Train Your Dragon, and it can be spotted if one rummages through all the boring game modes, bad controls and embarrassing production values. It doesn't even work as a movie tie-in, since...

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awsome

 

Easy to learn ; Fun To Play ; Graphics ; Great Sound ; Kid Appropriate ; Multiplayer

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How to Train Your Dragon- PS3

 

You can make a fun game for kids, but this isn't one of them. The fights are robotic and lack any impact, the third-person wandering is boring, and so on. It's rare for a videogame to feel like a chore, but capturing 40 chickens and going through the...

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