|Dog's Life |
|Dog's Life Review PS2|
Basically that is what Dog's Life is all about collecting scents to challenge dogs which in turn will unlocks a mini game that will see Jake end up with yet another bone, so long as you win that is. Dog's Life can get a little frustrating when you find a dog to challenge just to find out he has loads more bones than you. In this case you have to wonder around a bit to find out where you need to get to collect the extra bones needed to challenge the next dog.
Dog's Life is not hard by any means this is because Dog's Life has been made specifically for young kids. This is a good thing too because it is a very funny game, with all the toilet humour and Wayne's World type gags will be really tickle kids sense of humour.
Graphically Dog's Life will also appeal to the kids with lots of cuddly looking dogs and Disney style environments for the most part. Jakes animation is actually pretty good but the rest of the cast could have had a little more time spent on simple animations of walking and running. There is a massive variety of dogs in the game so Dog's Life could even be enjoyed by dog nuts.
Dog's Life is not a game that will appeal to the older gamers but it is perfect for mom to go out and by a copy for her little kids, and the kids will love it too. I have to admit I was quite amused with Dog's Life for a short while until it became repetitive due to the simple challenge. Definitely one for the kids.
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