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21/10/2012 FGTV: Nintendogs Review
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Is Nintendogs is a possible ideal solution for the gaming-sceptic family? In this week's Family Gamer TV, we talk to one such family and see how well Nintendogs earns a place in family life and its leftfield application in fending off requests for real pets. We also talk about how playing games fits into family life for the different kids and what age it is ideal for children to start with videogames.

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Nintendogs 3DS Review

FGTV: Nintendogs

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3DS

Genre:
Minigames

Style:
Augmented
Metagame
3d

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Is Nintendogs is a possible ideal solution for the gaming-sceptic family? In this week's Family Gamer TV, we talk to one such family and see how well Nintendogs earns a place in family life and its leftfield application in fending off requests for real pets. We also talk about how playing games fits into family life for the different kids and what age it is ideal for children to start with videogames.

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Andy Robertson appears in this podcast. "Videogame reviews for the whole family, not just the kids. I dig out videogame experiences to intrigue and interest grownups and children. This is post-hardcore gaming where accessibility, emotion and storytelling are as important as realism, explosions and bravado."


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