Nintendogs: Chihuahua & Friends (DS) Reviews
Product Type: Nintendo Nintendo DS games
Description:Genre: Simulation / Rating: E - (Everyone) / Published by: Nintendo / Type: Children's / Release date: 2005-10-31 / In ... more
Nintendogs: Chihuahua & Friends (DS) ... Nintendogs, you can raise up to three adorable puppies and play with them to your heart's content. Teach your pups new tricks: just speak into the system's microphone and they'll respond to the voice commands you've taught them. There will even be modes in Puppy Times that support a wireless connection.
Newest Review: ... other dogs or your dog might find presents or rubbish to eat. You can train for and compete in three different competitions, ... more
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Nintendogs Chihuahua & Friends (Nintendo DS)
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Customer Nintendogs: Chihuahua & Friends (DS) Reviews (5)
by WackoStepho - written on 18/08/10
I got this game when it first game out in 2005, this game was the reason I got my NDS and I must say that I think it's one of the best games ever made for the DS. Each version gives you 6 different dog breeds to choose from initially with the rest becoming unlockable later, there are 20 dog breeds in all. In Nintendogs Chihuahua and friends you start off with Chihuahua, German Shepherd, Boxer, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Yorkshire Terrier and Shetland Sheepdog. On starting up the game you will be taken to a kennels where you must "knock" on the door with your stylus. Once you go in you can either play with 3 of the kennel dogs or browse ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/08 (Very useful, 187 readings)
Nintendogs is a pet simulation game created by Nintendo for the DS console. It had been released with 3 different pet versions Dachshund and friends, Lab and friends and Chihuahua and friends. In this particular game we can take full advantage of the touch screen available on the DS console, as well as the built in microphone. The touch screen means that we can pet and stroke the dog. We can also access the main menu screens and select different options such as bath the dog, feed the dog, give treats and take the dog for a walk. You can purchase items for your pet from the shops such as Frisbees, balls and toys. You can use the touch screen by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
My husband bought me this game and a DS in 2005, as I desperately wanted a dog and we lived in a rented house where we couldn't have a dog. I'm not sure why he chose this variant, there are several different varieties, each of which have fourteen different breeds you can choose between. To get started, you buy a puppy from the kennel, feed it, bathe it, and then the game takes you through various different commands you can teach the dog. You can take the dog for a walk, by drawing a path on a map, and while out you might meet other dogs or your dog might find presents or rubbish to eat. You can train for and compete in three different competitions, obedience, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
As a fan of games like The Sims, I decided nintendogs would be a brilliant choice for my new DS. However I feel it has not really lived up to its expectations. The premise of the game is simple, you choose a puppy and train it up to compete in various competitions which you can win "money" prizes in. This money can then be spent to buy your virtual pup new toys, fashion accesorize and the basic food, grooming and medical supplies. The game works using both the stylus on screen commands but it also requirs speech recognition in training the puppy for obediance competitions. This is where my first problem occurs, as I find it does not always recognize ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/08 (Useful, 6 readings)
I love pets and i have always wanted another dog since my one died so i thought this pet could be my perfect companion. It did not quite live up to its expectations. Obviously i did not expect it to be like my dog but i di not expect it to be as it is. For example, you have to buy food from a shop from the main menu, you have to train your dog by calling its name and you really have to keep going over and over the same thing to try and get your dog to do it. Taking your dog out for a walk you have to create a path by drawling one around the block. You have to train your dog up to comete in competitions. I did not think it was the sort of game that i wanted to play a lot. Read the complete review
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