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About the Product
- Mini-games include Ice Sculpting, Looping Race, Flying Sheppard, Memory Torch, and Puzzle Dragon. Mini-games earn players points toward leveling up your dragon, winning gold and other items to help care for dragons.
- The "Create Your Dragon" feature allows players to customize six different types of dragons, providing virtually unending combinations of ways to modify your dragon's appearance.
- Level up your dragon's speed, power, fire and other abilities through training to face the Viking challenge of becoming the ultimate dragon trainer. Then use your trained dragons to battle in a variety of unique environments.
- Players enjoy an all-new post-movie adventure as they explore the picturesque Island of Berk as Hiccup or Astrid in Adventure Mode or experience fierce battle action in Arena Mode as you fight for your crown as ultimate dragon warrior.
- Arcade Mode allows friends to select a team of four customized dragons and battle against each other. In addition to Astrid and Hiccup, playable characters here include Tuffnut T., Ruffnut T., Fishlegs, and Snotlout.
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Top Customer Reviews
My family and I loved the movie so much we decided to take a chance on the Wii game, hoping it would at least provide some fun interaction with the film's characters.
First Big Sigh of Relief: The Wii version looks spectacular, with sharp visuals and a great frame rate. No lousy port syndrome here: This is a solid production.
Second Big Sigh of Relief: The game's fun.
So, Wii-owning fans of the movie, you can buy this game without fear of being ripped off. Want to know a bit more? Without repeating everything in the product description, here are my main thoughts:
Movie games are usually subject to tough time schedules. To turn out a quality product, this game's developers made a wise choice: They focused on the dragons, created a solid fighting game with tons of customization, then wrapped it in a large, beautiful hub world containing some fun mini games and light adventuring, all tied in to leveling up the central fighting game. They made it rock-solid, glitch-free and spectacular. It's not the largest or most diverse game around, but what's here is well done, fun to play and beautifully crafted. Good work.
The dragon fighting--once you remember that Z jumps and B shoots fire (not the other way around)--is fast-paced, fun and dazzling. You can play as all the large species from the film, each with their own personalities and moves. As soon as I got my first Gronkle, I found the game a must-keep. The animation of the creatures is wonderful, and will often make you laugh at their attitudes and reactions. The customization features are great fun, allowing for the creation of some wild and bizarre variations.Read more ›
I would strongly recommend this game to anyone who wants to buy this for their children or who want a game that they can enjoy as a family.
The problem is that it is TOO simple. Because the world is so tiny and the varieties so limited, it gets tedious after a few hours of gameplay.
Most of the game is training (as in the game title) your dragon to level up to fight in the tournaments. The training is very step by step and guided, as are the quests.
Fortunately, you can customize your dragon, but it is again, very limited. There are mostly only four different styles per dragon part. The best part of dragon customization are the stats, which actually do make a difference.
There are also minigames which are a much more fun way to train your dragon. But again, they do get slightly monotonous when training all four dragons on the same ~6 minigames.
All-in-all, still a fun game, especially when not wanting to exert oneself. And when finished with the story mode, you can switch over to arcade mode, and fight some dragons, hopefully having unlocked all the extra ones through the story mode.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fun Gameplay, but the premise kinda goes against the whole franchise. Anyone deeply attached to the characters or dragons should avoid this one. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Jenner Zeno
For a used product...I am very pleased that it plays great and I am very satisfied.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
Game came fast has cpver and booklet as specified game works great as wellPublished 11 months ago by amber munoz
The game is fun. Gathering items within the game can become tiresome and boring but the open world feel of the game is very nice. Read morePublished 16 months ago by B. Sookoo