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How To Train Your Dragon

How To Train Your Dragon (PS3) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 3
Genre: Action
Developer: Etranges Libellules

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03/23/2010
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Staff Reviews

How To Train Your Dragon review (Xbox 360)

Reviewed April 23, 2010

Jason Venter says: "As you spend time outside of the arena with your dragon, whether that be training in the cave or playing mini-games that you have unlocked at a distant cave, your over-sized pet will grow weary. That can quickly impact its performance, so you have to scrounge up grub to feed the beast so that he will trust you and fight his best on your behalf. There's no real challenge to the process; you simply need to have the patience to wander the islands in circles as you hack apart the chickens, sheep and boars. You have to be ready to stop and dig under every rock, to slowly pull up one vegetable or flower at a time and then to wander back to your home to stuff your dragons full of goodies."
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