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Do dragons interest you? Have you ever wanted a video game where you could capture and take care of dragons? If you answered yes to either of those questions you need to take special interest in Dragonology. This Nintendo DS video game lets you learn all about dragons. Yes they are mythical. In the world of Dragonology they are as real as bears, pumas, and elephants. The dragons need your help too. As difficult as they are to catch, I had to wonder why they needed my help. Seemed to me they could take care of themselves.

The dragons look awesome in Dragonology. The surrounding graphics, and details were a bit of a let down though. As was my human character. You need to be careful in Dragonology because wild animals will attack the player. These dragons are huge to be used as pets.

The academic nature of Dragonology shines through. There is a lot of information on each of the dragons making it seem like they could actually exist in this fantasy world. The minds behind Dragonology are really into this mythology, and it shows. This DS game contains the concept of the older generation passing along their knowledge to the next generation. The music fits the theme of the game.

Dragonology contains enough levels and dragons to keep gamers busy for a few weeks. There are numerous items that can be purchased back at the main base camp area. Only one person can play Dragonology at a time. Trading dragons with others would have been a nice feature. If you are into learning about dragons, and exploring a fantasy world then you will find your money wisely spent on Dragonology for the Nintendo DS.

Levels start out easy enough in Dragonology, but they get more difficult as the game progresses. Running around wild animals is a little clunky. Capturing dragons contained the most annoying mini game that honestly made no sense to me. What I did not understand is how it related to the cage. With all of that said, it is cool to learn about dragons, and this hand held video game has that in abundance.

Dragonology is very cerebral in nature. The mini games used in finding clues, and capturing the dragons are generally simplistic. I like the idea of learning about something in a fun way. I wonder about all of the important things there are to learn out there, and if spending time learning about a fantasy realm is worth while. With all of that said, I can see a sequel working on the Wii. If I knew anyone into dragons I would tell them about Dragonology on the DS.
- Frank


Graphics: 62%
Sound: 69%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 67%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%
System: Nintendo DS
Publisher: CodeMasters
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Comic Mischief, Mild Fantasy Violence}

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