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Go, Diego, Go!: Great Dinosaur Rescue - Nintendo Wii

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Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
112 customer reviews

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  • Explore 5 levels and search your way through Cretaceous Jungle and Volcano Cliffs to find your way to Egg Island
  • Travel back in time with Diego, Alicia and Baby Jaguar
  • Help Maia the Maiasaurus reunite with her family
  • Use more than 12 different Wii Remote motions to stomp like a dinosaur, climb across monkey bars, fly on a Pteradon and bounce over obstacles on a pogo stick
  • Grown-ups can join in using the Dinosaur Guide Helper Feature and a second controller
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Platform:Nintendo Wii

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In Go, Diego, Go! Great Dinosaur Rescue your child joins Diego on an epic prehistoric adventure on the Nintendo Wii. In this journey to the earth's Cretaceous Period, Diego, his sister Alicia and their pal Baby Jaguar travel millions of years back in time to the age of the dinosaurs to help Maia the Maiasaura find her way back to her family on Egg Island. In this amazing rescue adventure your child will explore a wild jungle-covered world filled with dinosaurs and volcanoes where they will have to climb rock walls, travel along monkey bars, solve puzzles and even jump on a pogo stick to help Diego’s friend find her way home.

Dino-tastic Play and Parent Approved
Simple and easy to pick up and play, Go, Diego, Go! Great Dinosaur Rescue is a platform-based game that will thrill young dino-crazy kids as they explore the game's five levels on foot, by water and atop Diego's skateboard. Along the way they will encounter many familiar and not so familiar dinosaurs, igniting a goal to identify them all. And with the game's 'Dinosaur Guide Helper' feature, parents can join in the fun with their own Wii Remote and encourage this curiosity as their child discovers the importance of helping those in need, the value of friends and just how fun learning can be.

'Go Diego Go: Great Dinosaur Rescue' game logo for Wii Key Game Features:
  • Over 12 exciting Wii Remote motions including: climbing, flapping, pulling and stomping.
  • Authentic character voice of Diego and other characters from the Go, Diego, Go! TV show.
  • Grown-ups can join in using the Dinosaur Guide Helper Feature and a second controller.
  • Explore 5 levels and search your way through Cretaceous Jungle and Volcano Cliffs to find your way to Egg Island.
  • Kid-Tested approval by children and moms for age-appropriateness, fun-factor and quality.
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Baby Jaguar, Diego and Alicia in 'Go Diego Go: Great Dinosaur Rescue' for Wii
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Diego in platforming action on his skateboard in 'Go Diego Go: Great Dinosaur Rescue' for Wii
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Diego rowing a rubber raft towards a dino coin in 'Go Diego Go: Great Dinosaur Rescue' for Wii
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In-game arrows pointing players in the right direction in 'Go Diego Go: Great Dinosaur Rescue' for Wii
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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
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  • ASIN: B001DU0YAW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 27, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,609 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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106 of 108 people found the following review helpful By C's Mom on December 6, 2008
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I don't usually write reviews, but my 3 year old has so much fun with this game, I had to let other parents know. After about an hour of playing, my son was able to master this game by himself. He is so proud he has a game he can do without help.
This game has great graphics, even on a large screen tv. It gives lots of praise, and is very forgiving if he runs into something (ie, a tree, or log floating in water, etc). It doesn't "kill off" someone and make you restart from somewhere.
Those who love dinosaurs will love this also, as my son is thrilled at the idea of flying on the back of a pterydon, sliding down the back of a bronchiosaurus (sp?), and swimming on the back of a myasaurus. He will play this for over an hour at a time, which is a big deal, and it's great to see him jumping, climbing vines, swimming, digging in sand for treasures, climbing trees to get food for a dinosaur, and etc.
I was afraid it was almost too easy, but he loves it and plays it over and over. Would definitely recommend to anyone not sure what to get a toddler. They also have settings where you can stand behind the child and assist them without them really knowing...in case they start struggling or getting frustrated. Very happy with this purchase!!
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Eric T TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 6, 2008
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Pros:
Great starter game for someone new to video games.
Interactive plot that kept my 3.5 year old interested.
Exciting animals my son likes

Cons:
Relatively easy for anyone with experience to games
Relatively short

Who should buy:
Any parent that wants to introduce their kids to video games with an intuitive kid friendly interface. Since it is a video game the parent should supervise their child and limit time spent playing.

This is by no means a highly educational game (at least no more than the show), but my son loves it. He is 3.5 years old and was able to get the controls pretty quickly. It is important for kids not to get too discouraged early on starting something new, and this game is great for that.

He played through one of the adventures in about 2 to 4 hours if I remember correctly. There are controls for the parent to assist, but we never used those; we just sat with him and helped him whenever he ran into trouble he couldn't figure out on his own. It was challenging enough to be stimulating for him, but easy enough for him not to get discouraged. He will probably play through it again by himself. We all know children like to repeat things many times at this age for learning.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jamie C. Darzi on January 2, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
We bought a Nintendo Wii system for Christmas and chose the Go, Diego, Go!: Great Dinosaur Rescue for our son who just turned 3 years old. This was a great choice for him. The game has Diego and his sister Alicia tromping through the jungle with a myasaurus on a dinosaur rescue.

What I loved about this game:
1) The game is very intuitive with my three year old able to play most of it without help.

2) The player uses the Wii remote to make Diego move by jumping up and down, swimming, pushing, and lots of other actions. As a mom who wants to get the kids off the couch, this game has a lot of movement.

3)There is a section of the game called "Prehistoric Racers" that allows my 3 year old and 5 year old to use two Wii remotes and race against each other. It's an easy way to allow both to play a game at the same time.

4) When an activity might be too much for a little one, an icon flashes on the screen that informs that another person can grab a Wii remote and help.

What I didn't like...
1) It seems a little repetitive to me but I doubt that my three year would complain about that.

2) I can see that if I let the kids play this game for a long time at each sitting, they will quickly move through all the adventure.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Henry on February 10, 2010
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
My 5 1/2 year old has spent quite a while playing video games, and he likes to pop this in every now and again when he's in the mood for something easy. Flashy graphics and simple, fun gameplay. Wouldn't be fun for older kids or adults - it's far to easy.

Be warned: don't buy this game AND Diego Safari Rescue as they are the exact same game with different graphics.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mom2Roscoe on December 9, 2008
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
We just bought this game for our 4 year old daughter who loves Go Diego Go. While this was probably a good choice for her to get used to the whole Wii system, the games are so short that they barely hold her attention. After a few days she has become bored with it. We are moving on to Littlest pet shop now. Like another reviewer posted this game is very forgiving for the little ones who tend to make more mistakes because the remote controls are very sensitive to motion.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By JWKilgore on October 30, 2009
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Ratings: (1-5) (from a 4-yr-old perspective unless noted)

Educational: 2 (rated from parents' perspective)
Minimal, which was disappointing. This game is on several so-called "educational" lists, but it's slightly less educational than the TV show. No work on colors, numbers, letters, or words. Minimal work with sounds and logic ("Click" the camera with his super microphone is occasionally featured, and you have to chose which tool the Backpack turns into). There is, of course, hand-eye coordination, paying attention to details, 2-D spatial reasoning (remembering where you are and not getting lost), and partial-shape recognition, all of which are common in most video games. My son (J) can very quickly spot clues partially hidden on screen, or partially off-screen. Especially the extra-fun skateboard areas (indicated by a slightly different color on the path) and the dinosaur slide (recognized the instant the tip of the nose appears on screen).

Playability: 5
My son's first real video game. He's had a V-tech educational game system for a few years, but that's not even in the same league. I sat beside him to start, and helped him perform some actions. The on-screen help was extremely useful; the first time you encounter any situation, the game jumps to a cut scene where Diego explains the required action - these scenes can be skipped if you want. J quickly learned to do what Diego said, and to watch the little guy in the lower-left corner. After a short amount of time he didn't need me any more, except when he occasionally got stuck.

Fun: 5
He LOVES the game.
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