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Nintendogs Chihuahua & Friends

Platform : Nintendo DS
Rated: Everyone
238 customer reviews
Metascore: 83 / 100
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  • More than 100 items like tennis balls, flying discs and even clothing accessories.
  • Choose from a wide range of pets - Chihuahua, German shepherd, boxer, cavalier King Charles spaniel, Yorkshire terrier and Shetland sheepdog.
  • Socialize your pups by walking them around town, where they'll meet neighborhood dogs -- and maybe even find new toys.
  • Walk it, buy the right supplies and work with your puppy to increase its stamina.
  • As a puppy competes in obedience and agility trials where owners can win money to purchase other puppy breeds.
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MODEL- NTRPAD2E VENDOR- NINTENDO FEATURES- Nintendogs (Chihuahua) DS Put a puppy inside your Nintendo DS! In this game choose from Chihuahua German Shepherd Boxer Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Yorkshire Terrier or Shetland Sheepdog. Players care for and train their puppy by petting it walking it and buying it supplies to play with. As a puppy competes in obedience and agility trials owners can win money to purchase other puppy breeds. Players can socialize their pups by walking them around the town where they will meet neighborhood dogs and maybe even find new toys. Trips to the park and gym offer valuable training time to prepare for agility trials and disc competitions. Over time the pups stamina will increase so players can explore farther and farther. Players also can interact wirelessly with their friends Nintendogs -- they can set their DS to bark whenever another puppy is within wireless range. Nintendogs lets you pick a puppy from a variety of breeds available at the beginning of the game. As you start spending time with your pup you can throw flying discs and balls to improve the pups agility. You can bathe it when it gets dirty and use your own personal voice commands to train the dog to do tricks. If you train it well enough your dog will excel in obedience and agility trials and disc competitions which will earn money that you can use to buy other supplies and puppy breeds. When you earn enough cash you can buy even more puppies to live with their original pup. Players can socialize their pups by walking them around the town where they will meet neighborhood dogs and maybe even find new toys. Trips to the park and gym offer valuable training time to prepare for agility trials and disc competitions. Over time the pups stamina w


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  • ASIN: B0009YDS0Q
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 5 x 0.8 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 23, 2005
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (238 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,625 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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346 of 393 people found the following review helpful By ufobooks on August 23, 2005
First off, some of the reviews on this product is astonishing, this game's rating is being brought down because of senseless opinions, not on gameplay. This is a game, it has nothing to do with adopting homeless pets from the shelter, someone could say the same thing about the Sims. So if you played the Sims should you go out and adopt a homeless person or adopt a child? This game was created to bring joy to the person who plays it, I would even recommend it for anyone who is thinking about owning a pet, but don't want to get in over their heads. Some people are allergic to dogs, so this is a great way to "pretend". It is a very innovative and thoughtful game, I see that a lot of time and study of canine personality went into the development process. I think this game is wonderful and I hope to see more from this genre of games, you definitely will not be disappointed!
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 15, 2005
Oi! Tired of those "get ths gam., it rox" Reviews? Look no further. Hi, I am a Dog/Nintendog owner, just usin' the kiddie review system. I'll tell of the pros,cons,gameplay,graphics,and replay value of the game.

Pros:

Very good graphics-My Shetland Sheepdog looks like a real Sheltie pup!!

Contests- Disc,Obedience, and Agility!!

Own up to 8 dogs- 3 in the house, and 5 in the hotel centre.

Here's the kicker: All game breeds unlockable in EVERY version!!

Cons:

Teaching the pup her name/new tricks *can* be frustrating

Only 3 Contests may be entered daily.

Only 2 ways to make money, selling items via the Secondhand Shop, and Competition.

Graphics: Perfect 10/10- Crisp and Lifelike

SFX: 9/10- You can even hear the noise of city life outside the window!(cars,sirens, and barking)My only peeve is that there's no soft BG music. That's where it loses that point.:)

Gameplay: Perfect 10/10 It's good for a young'un who you think isn't ready for a dog. Heck, I'm 13, and I'm hooked!

Replay Value: 9/10 Yup. It's official. Sunday night: Let's watch college ball, Fred! -- Can't! Gotta feed Fido!

Average: 10/10

There ya go. Helpful? Thanks.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By D.B. Spalding on September 10, 2005
I couldn't resist the "little puppy in your hand" game for the new Nintendo DS. I bought the DS 3 weeks ago, and gave in to the Nintendogs a few days later. This is less a game than the software class that Maxis' founder called "software toys." You buy, care for, train, and play with your own puppy, or group of puppies. S/he learns tricks, gets attached to you, needs care, and also develops within the parameters of the program. Over the days that you play the program, you will be rewarded for caring well for your puppy (grooming, feeding, training, affection), and I suppose you'll see negative results for neglecting your digital pet.

In the two weeks that I've had "Lucy," we've played ball, entered disc competitions (to earn money to buy her supplies), played with other dogs at the park, gone on walks, et cetera. As I type this, the DS is on with "Lucy" playing idly in the "living room" with one of her toys, a tennis ball, following a fun trip to the park to practice disc catching and frolic with some other dogs.

Is it worth $28? Sure, if only because it superbly shows off the new DS' dual screen, wireless, microphone capabilities. It's also an infectious demo for friends and coworkers. The 3D rendering and real-time display is amazing (to this old school fart, who grew up on BASIC and 8-bit processors). On the "home screen," you can use the controls to move your camera around and view your puppy. If nothing else, the wireless "bark mode," in which your dog meets and interacts with your friends' Nintendogs on their DS handhelds, will make you want to encourage your pals to get one of these, too. In all, great fun and suitable first title to get for a new Nintendo DS.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on November 17, 2006
This was my first game for my Polar White DS and I was obsessed. I'd never played any other pet stimulation games before, and I loved it. There's are some pros and cons though.

Pros:

-Exellent graphics

-Cool use of microphone

-Bark Mode is cool

-Not challenging, just fun

-Realistic (for example, your dog gets hungry, thirsty, and dirty when you don't take care of it)

Cons:

-Gets boring after a while

-Voice recegnition unclear, takes a while

-Not many things to do

Hope you found this helpful. :D
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 17, 2006
hi.

I've had this game for a few months now, and it's really great. The dogs are adorable, and I love playing fetch with it. The competitions are pretty cool, I don't like the announcers though. They're dumb and don't know what they're talkin' about. My best friend loves it too.

But, I think, after a few weeks of playing the game, it gets kinda boring. You do the same things over and over again. Don't get me wrong, I love the game, but I just think it gets boring after a while. Especially if you play it for 2 hours a day.

But, this game rocks, and if you don't find it boring, then that's fine with me. Just givin ya'll my opinion.
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