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How to Train Your Dragon

Activision
$4.99

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  • Xbox 360
  • Nintendo Wii
  • Nintendo DS
  • PlayStation 3

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ESRB Rating: E10+ (Everyone 10+) i
Fantasy Violence

Product Description

Battle your friends in this all-new adventure, based on the world of DreamWorks Animation's latest movie, How to Train Your Dragon! With Countless ways to customize, you'll design the coolest dragons to ever live on the Island of Berk. Explore this epic world as Hiccup or Astrid in Adventure Mode or experience fierce battle action in Arena Mode as you fight, fly, and fire your way to victory!
  • Create Your Own Dragon - Six types of dragon species and thousands of ways to customize their appearance and abilities.
  • Train Your Dragon – “Level Up” your dragon's speed, power, fire, and, more through challenges and training.
  • Endless Multiplayer Battles – Use your arsenal of dragons to battle your friends in a variety of unique environments.

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Q: Does this work on the Nintendo 3DS?

Kaius 10 months ago
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Yes it dose you can play older games on the 3ds

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4.0
Great game!
Anonymous
1 year ago
I LOVE this game!! While it does get difficult toward the end, it is easy at first. I love how players can customize a dragon, and I enjoy the sound and music.
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5.0
Great game probably my favorite game for Ds
FrozenVolcano95
3 years ago
Love this game it’s lots of fun and you get to customize you dragon which is pretty cool only down side is the game levels get pretty difficult toward the end
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4.0
Pretty Cool Game
DragonRiderGal101
8 years ago
This game is pretty cool, but it can get boring after a while. The dragons in it are really cool, and so are the fighting moves. Overall, this game is pretty awesome.
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1.0
Big disappointment.
ScizzorLuv
8 years ago
Short story. Easy to beat. EXPENSIVE. Poor graphics AND gameplay. The only reason I bought the game in the first place is because I thought you could ride a dragon. Nope. Not gonna happen. Game sucks. Don't buy it!
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2.0
good
johnnyx
10 years ago
well its a good game but a 15 year old cant even get pass the levels.
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4.0
8 year-old daughter LOVES this game
Hiccup13
10 years ago
She can't get enough of it. She loves dragons and she gets to play a female character while "training" her dragons. This game is essentially Pokemon-lite set in the "How to Train Your Dragon" universe, but if your kid loves dragons, loved the movie and loves some strategic thinking in an easy to play game, then this game will be a hit with your kid. Very kid safe, friendly and fun!
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5.0
really good
957478639042760
10 years ago
this is a really good game and it is not during the movie so it is not really a movie game but if you like how to train your dragon get this game. you can even have more than one dragon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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4.0
Decent for a movie game
Kathryn B
11 years ago
While How To Train Your Dragon for the DS is not gold, it isn't a terrible game. Unlike most movie games, the stry is good and it isn't painful to play, and many fans of the movie would definitely enjoy it. While it does not hold up to the amazing graphics and customization of the 360, Wii, or PS3 versions, the DS version is alright on it's own. The story is short, but there are two separate scenarios (one for Hiccup and another for Astrid) which actually make the game twice as long. The voice acting is amazing, when it's actually there. The graphics are decent, the controls very simple, and it offers a good challenge. My only real problem is that the sound effects don't stay in one speaker or in both, they switch which makes them or the music during battles cut out.
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2.0
dont buy this game
very poor game
11 years ago
this game has poor graphics short storyline and bad sound. the only thing acceptable about this game is the customization. its like getting through trials to become a dragon master. thats it. the only way to get better is to make better armor. the battle system is so tiring. after a few battles you will just want to stop battling. it doesnt have any sound while the characters are talking unless its some kind of hint or something.the storyline is so poor you will be saying " i have got to take this game back" there is no actual training. just flying courses that are annoying. another thing is that the ability trees arent even worth looking at. the main thing is: dont buy this game. its not worth the ** bucks get the wii or xbox 360 version instead its much better than this one.
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