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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by TPi, Dec 15, 2005.
I know my answer.
woff woofff woofff woofff finally Dogz on my GBA
by the way this game Rocks
[No ROM requests. ROMs are illegal.]
can anyone PM a good GBA rom downloading site?
What part of "No ROM requests." didn't you understand?
"No ROM requests."
Can you read that ?
Otherwise, you can be ban.
is that from family guy?
*Dies from overload of cuteness*
Seriously I might grab this for the fiancé.
Err.. why make this game?
Because Nintendogs was such a hit?
Well I prefer the female gender, but I'll take what i can get...
Poor person's Nintendogs...you know...keep the little boys and girls happy for Christmas with a dog game whos parents are too cheap to afford a NDS.
Dogz has been around since 1995 on PC and it was also on GBC in 1999.
So, where's Catz?
shouldn't that be the other way around?
*points at the ©2004 on the titlescreen*
its just that most generic gamers have never heard of Dogz or Catz. the best part about those was getting the add on animals off the net. the moose was the best, took up the entire screen as an adult
It's a good point.
Whilst I can't dismiss Nintendogz as a great game, I feel quite aggreived that the *true* innovators of this genre have been completely eclipsed due to sloppy reviews and publicity.
I mean, I was playing "virtual pet" games on my C64!
There's a lot of 'innovation' that's just not innovative - it's simply preying on the market's ignorance of not knowing anything before newer companys claim they invented it. My latest concern is the Nintendo "virtual console" patent for the Revolution. I hope we don't see a new generation of gamers 5 years thinking that Nintendo invented emulation!
Ok, how the hell do I feed my dog?
edit: nevermind, got it.
This genre has also been a huge hit in Japan since the GBA's been around. Aside form the Dogz and Catz series, it never really picked up in the english speaking world. You all probably have REAL pets, and don't live in a 3x3 foot apartment. It's understandable why the shelfs of Tokyo are full of this kind of thing.
Exactly what I was going to say. I bought Dogz and Catz on PC when I was 9