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Nintendogs: Dalmatian & Friends Latest News - DS

Game Description:You may have experienced puppy love, but Nintendogs is guaranteed to inspire a full-blown canine crush. Raise and bond with your very own puppy in this popular pet simulation. Like other Nintendogs titles, Dalmatian & Friends comes preloaded with six breeds. You'll start with Dalmatian, Golden Retriever, Beagle, Boxer, German Shepherd, and Yorkshire Terrier. You can unlock 13 additional breeds by playing with other owners in wireless Bark Mode. Teach your dog tricks with the DS mic. Pet them with the DS Stylus. Compete in doggy skill challenges to win money and buy more dogs! Since your best friend is virtual, no matter where you go, dogs are always allowed!
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  • 'Nintendogs' Outsells 'Halo?'

    Wikipedia's list of top-selling videogames contains many, many WTF revelations, including: Nintendogs outsold both of the first two Halo games combined, Nintendo publishes the top five console games of all time. The first non-Nintendo game on the list is GTA: Vice City at number six The first Harry Potter game for PC sold more than...

    Posted October 3, 2007| 35 Comments

    'Nintendogs' Outsells 'Halo?'

 


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