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Nintendogs Dachshund & Friends

Released on 07 October 2005

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (20 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Put a puppy inside your Nintendo DS! Pick a dog from a wide range of the most popular breeds, then care for and train it using the Touch Screen and microphone. Pet the pup and play with more than 100 items like tennis balls, flying discs and even clothing accessories, and teach it to do tricks by creating your own personalised voice commands.

Train your pups well and compete in obedience and agility trials. Win these competitions to earn cash, which you can use to buy supplies and even more dogs to keep your first puppy company. Walk puppies around the town to meet neighbourhood dogs or interact wirelessly with friends' Nintendogs using the innovative Bark Mode, which senses another Nintendog nearby when your DS is in Sleep Mode.

Nintendogs is available in four different versions: each containing a different selection of six dogs to choose from at the start. By being a good owner and/or meeting up with friends' Nintendogs in Bark Mode, you can unlock more breeds, up to a total of 20 different dogs!
  • Breeds include: Miniature Dachshund, Golden Retriever, Beagle, Pug, Siberian Husky, Shih Tzu.
  • Pick from more than 15 of the most popular dog breeds, including Labradors, Chihuahuas, beagles and more, then care for and train the puppy using the touch screen and microphone.
  • Pet the pup, acquire and play with more than 100 items like tennis balls, flying discs and even clothing accessories. Teach your dog to do tricks by creating your own personalized voice commands.
  • Train your pups well and compete in obedience and agility trials. Win these competitions to earn cash, which you can use to buy supplies and even more dogs to keep your first puppy company.
  • Walk puppies around the town to meet neighborhood dogs or interact wirelessly with friends' Nintendogs using the innovative Bark Mode.

customer Reviews

 Average rating (20 reviews)

 Your Own Virtual Puppy!

| | See all James4591's reviews (10)

For Dog lovers, this game is essential!
The game opens with you visiting the kennel to choose your first puppy. Once you're home and have named it and made it feel welcome, you're pretty much open to do whatever you want!

Take it for walks, feed it, teach it new tricks, play, enter competitions, it's all up to you! The more time you spend with your dog, the more trainer points you will earn. Trainer points will unlock certain things to buy, including new species of dogs! Money can be earned by entering your dogs into competitions or by selling items found while walking your dog.

There are tons of items to be found in the game, most of them while walking your dog, including dog toys, music CDs and a controllable flying helicopter!
Bark Mode allows 2 people with a copy of the game to connect and meet each other's dogs and exchange presents.

The only drawback with this game is the fact that, as many people say, it can become very repetitive after playing for a while.
If this game sounds like the sort of thing that will keep you interested, then don't hesitate! Buy!

 IF YOU BUY THIS YOUR FAR FROM BARKING MAD

| | See all natidabest's reviews (14)

Nintendogs was the DS game that I obssesed about until it was released and I couldn't wait to get my hands on it, I remember when it came in its package from play.com, I ripped it out of the packaging, teared the cellaphame (appologies if i spelt that wrong), stuck the chip in and was slightly dissapointed. For about the first half an hour I was sat there screaming into the mic to get my new pup just to learn its name. Does it get better ?

Yes. Aside from having to teach your dog its name (Lizzie isn't that hard is it ?) you can teach it tricks which are fun to do and not to mension watch, you can take your dog for walks and find various things to stick on its face, play with and more importantly SELL SELL SELL. Money on this game goes towards supplies, various toys, basic accesories and some times junk thats completely pointless but amusing to your dogs. There are two ways to earn money, SELL SELL SELL and enter competitions, these are simple and very fun. The three catagories are frisby (a breeze), speed (a breeze if you have the right dog) and obedience (fat chance). You can practise frisby up the park and speed up the local gym. You have to wash your dog and give it food and water (greedy little things, do they think I am made of money) and dump them in a dog hotel.

The graphics in this game are a delight for handheld Nintendo's, truely this is probably the best game for graphics on the DS. Not that this matters as most people who actually by Nintendo brand things aren't bothered about that. Moving on.

This game will keep you amused for about an hour as you can only teach your dog 3 tricks a day, you have to wait an hour before you can the little things again, and your only alowd to enter a dog in 3 competitions a day. This is about the only thing wrong with it ooh and that if your voice changes you can forget about using the mic, trust me I learned that the hard way. NINTENDON

By Naithan Stubbs

 An expensive tamagotchi!

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Top 100 Clothing Reviewer

This is a cute game and yeah there are doggies and stuff but for me it is an expensive version of the tamagotchi, although in its defence the touch is great and graphics are sweet. bit repetative though. It is still a nice game!

 Good but repetitive

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This game is really good but can get repetitive and boring after a few months. At the start of the game you can pick from 6 different breeds of dogs but you can also unlock different dogs by earning Trainer Points. You have to take your dogs for walks, feed and play with them and give them a bath and brush them. You have to train your dogs and then you can enter them in contests. There are 3 different contests Disk Competition, Agillty and Obedience Trial. You can buy your dogs toys, Hats and other accessories. You can have 3 dogs in your house at any one time the dogs you dont want you can take to the Kenels or to the Dog Hotel. You can use the Bark Mode to visit your friends dogs.

 Poor

| | See all xx1Natalie1xx's reviews (2)

I bought this game as my first game for the ds, The dog took forever to train and the game got seriously boring. If your after something fun to do. Don't buy nintendogs

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Rating3+ (PEGI)