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How to Train Your Dragon :: Wii Game Review

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How to Train Your Dragon :: Wii Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Mar 25, 2010
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

Ever wanted your own dragon? Now you can in the Wii game based off of the movie! Check out our review to see if this game soars high or gets burned by the sun.

Hiccup is a young viking who doesn't quite fit in with his tribe. He tries to prove himself by capturing a dragon and fighting with it. However, he eventually befriends the dragon and has to show his tribe that dragons really aren't that bad.


In the Wii game, How to Train a Dragon, you can play as Hiccup or Astrid and follow a storyline based off of the movie. There is a lot of customization options available and a lot of fighting!


How to Make a Dragon

You can customize your dragon's horns, wings, head, tail, and build. You can also add markings and change the skin and scale colors. There are lots of colors to choose from on the color wheel and more custom parts to be unlocked in the story mode.


How to Train a Dragon

There are mini-games that you can play to improve your dragon, including ice sculpting, memorization puzzles, and races. There are also challenges that you will unlock. Beat these challenges to level up more and find more special parts that you can use to customize your dragon.


Once you are ready, you can get into some dragon vs. dragon fighting! The controls are simple, you can do light or heavy attacks, jump, block, or breathe fire. However, you can connect these moves in different ways for impressive combos! Once you get the hang of fighting, you can challenge your friends and their dragons to a local multiplayer battle in Arcade Mode.


How the Game Rates

How to Train a Dragon is essentially a fighting game with a bit of adventure gameplay thrown in with the story mode. The game is well made and it plays fairly well as a fighting game. If you loved the movie, this game is great for giving you a chance to experience training a


dragon of your own design!

Rating:4

Price: $49.99

ESRB Rating: E 10+

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