This is my first review, but I'm hoping it'll be a good one. So please, take into consideration the following before you buy the game. Mind you, I find that this is the sort of game where you can't rely on a review. I, myself, really enjoyed Playing the game, while others might completely hate it. So take heed: Think before you buy the game. I have personally found "Nintendogs: Labrador & Friends" to be near impossible to put down. Every time I hear my dog bark I want to teach it another trick, enter a contest, feed it, shop for it, or something of the sort. Please feel free to tell me your opinions of the game, as I may realize that we have that thing in common and add it to the review. I find that, in all, it is one heck of a game. So, here goes everything I've got to say:
||CheatsGuru rating and opinion
In "Nintendogs: Labrador & Friends", there is no real storyline. It is basically just about buying a dog and raising it. The reason I gave it a ten, though, is that because of there being no storyline, you can do just about anything you please.
The "Nintendogs: Labrador & Friends" graphics are pleasingly realistic and quite accurate to what the objects actually look like. If you could take away the frame of the Nintendo DS, it would be almost like you were actually there.
The sound is very realistic. The dogs' bark and the birds' chirp confused my parents one day and they looked around to try to find out where the sound was coming from. I took off a point because I found that when it plays back you voice it gets messed up a bit. You may need to tweak the Mic. a bit.
The "Nintendogs: Labrador & Friends" gameplay is, as I mentioned before, very realistic and pleasing because you can do almost anything. The aspect of caring for a living animal attaches you to the game, and is the perfect substitute for any would-be dog owner.
The appeal lasts for quite some time, but as you play more it starts to become tediously repetitive. I would reccomend it to people who like to see how fast they can accomplish goals in-game, but take into account that, eventually, you will run out of goals to reach.