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|Remarques du vendeur :||“Cartridge is clean, plays well, no issues. You will receive everything you see in the pictures.”|
|Genre:||Simulation||Country/Region of Manufacture:||Japan|
|Platform:||Nintendo DS||Video Game Series:||Nintendogs|
|Game Name:||Nintendogs: Dachshund & Friends||Features:||Complete Edition, Manual Included|
|Publisher:||Nintendo||Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)|
Pretend, (practically) perfect puppies come to life in this triple-release line of pet simulators from Nintendo. In Nintendogs, players adopt, raise, and train an impressively intelligent virtual dog, of a breed they choose. In addition to Miniature Dachshunds, this version of the game offers Golden Retrievers, Beagles, Pugs, Siberian Huskies, and Shih Tzus. The dogs can be taught a number of tricks, and even entered into virtual dog shows to earn cash for useful items.
The most distinguishing elements of the DS interface allow players to interact with their pets. The touch screen is used to for physical interaction. Rub the puppy's belly and he might kick his leg; poke his foot and he'll pull it back in surprise. The stylus is also used to manipulate in-game items, including the dog's leash and variety of toys. Players must communicate with their dogs by voice, as well, and a new puppy may need to hear the name he's given (spoken into the DS microphone) numerous times before he learns to respond properly.
In addition to the regular attention he'll expect from his owner, the puppy will appreciate a chance to interact with other computer-generated canines. Nearby Nintendogs players can meet in virtual community parks, supported by the DS' wireless capabilities, where their dogs can romp and frolic together. Each of the three versions of Nintendogs is distinguished by a title species (the other two are Chihuahua and Labrador Retriever), but all editions of the game are designed to interact with one another, regardless of breed.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||45148695|
|Product Key Features|
|Game Name||Nintendogs: Dachshund & Friends|
|Additional Product Features|
|Number of Players||1-2|
|ESRB Descriptor||Comic Mischief|
|Game Name Special Features||Get the pick of the litter and choose from one of six breeds Keep your pup happy by using voice commands, playing with toys, and petting him or her Meet other Nintendo owners by using wireless "Bark" mode|
|Game Name Series||Nintendogs Series|
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Nintendogs..a Good Game!
I purchased Nintendogs a few weeks ago, and have been playing it ever since. My friends had said that it was a fun game, and since we had just gotten a new Nintendo DS Lite, I decided to buy it. Some of the good things about the game: -It has great graphics. The game's graphics are so life like, it's like you are there. -There are many different breed choices. (It was so hard for me to decide.) -You get to choose your dogs name, train it, feed it, bathe it, the list goes on. Since I can't own a dog (I am allergic), I really like it, because it's like I really do have a dog. -It teaches me to be more responsible. I have to take care of him, every day, even if it's just feeding him. I am always saying to my parents "I have to feed Max"(My dog) and they understand. The bad things: -The game is kind of repetitive. You sometimes have to do the same thing over, and over again. It sometimes gets annoying. - You can't just go to the store (sometimes) and get things you want.(Ex.-I want to get my dog treats, but whenever I go, it is never available, like it was before.) -You can't have one dog at the Dog Hotel in the game, and have no dogs at home. (This gets annoying when I went on vacation, and wasn't able to bring the DS. Fortunately, someone was able to take care of Max for me.) Overall, the game is good. I enjoy playing it, and I think it was worth the money I spent on it. Have fun! :-)
Very cute game!
My eight year old LOVES this game, she plays it every day to "check on her puppy." It takes some patience to teach the puppy tricks and to train them, but i think it gives a little taste of what its like to care for a real pet. You have to take it for walks and clean up after it, buy it food and water and bath it every day or two. You can even walk to the bark park to play frisbee and play with other dogs. It makes great use of the DS touch screen, probably not a game for everyone though since there isn't alot of action. Overall very cute, I even find myself playing it sometimes.
Great use of the DS mic
This is a very interactive game. Time goes on in the game even when you are not playing it (which can be either good or bad). It also has a very big use of the microphone in the DS so that you can "talk" to your dog and give it commands. So far that function works just fine except my dog fails to recognize his name (which is probably my fault). Everything is so far so good, but it might become boring to me later on. Not sure about other people! I have just started the game off with a husky! XD
Cute Game for Passing Time
This is a cute game and is easy to get sucked into, but it's not super exciting or fun and I was expecting a lot more from it when I purchased it. I like the walks, finding the surprises on the way, the park, training & competitions. Giving them baths, brushing, & taking care of them is fun. Trying on all the different accessories that you find is fun. (especially love the mariokart & the helicopter special finds... they're so funny to play with). I don't like that you can only have 6 dogs total. I wanted to be able to have at least have one of every breed, but after 6 you have to give up a dog to make room for a new one. After all the training, advancement & care taking of the dogs you get a little attached & it's not cool that you have to erase them. So when you "unlock" a new breed, it's bittersweet...yay, I can get a new breed, but boo... if I want it I have to erase one of the dogs I have. I don't like that they can only wear one accessory at a time, that you can't skip the commentary before the competitions, or that when dogs meet on walks there's no progression in their relationship. Example - if my dog runs into the dog Logan and they become friends during that meeting, the next time they meet they start over as if they've never met. & the other dogs owners always say the same exact things. It's more annoying than fun when they run into another dog out walking. And voice recognition - well, it works for me (most of the time), but for my 6 year old who also loves playing with & taking care of the dogs the voice thing isn't so easy. He can't train them or name them because it doesn't pick up his voice so well & you have to say it the same exact way each time which is hard to get a child to do.
A dog lives in my DS!
So at first glance, this type of game doesn't really seem aligned with my age. Being in my mid twenties and a professional, I assumed this game was meant for a younger crowd. It is, but it doesn't really matter because a good game is a good game. Think "The Sims" open ended play with...dogs. You can take them out for walks, which can get longer and longer the more you walk them. You can buy them products and food. You can enter them into competitions. The only problem I had with the game is that there wasn't much self sufficiency with the dogs. You turn off the DS and turn it back on, and they are starving. There is some amount of guilt with this! I had to go to work...I'm not an abusive owner! Recommend it if you