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Zubo (Nintendo DS)

Platform : Nintendo DS
4.3 out of 5 stars 30 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B001FSJEGW
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 12.4 x 2 cm ; 45 g
  • Release Date: 3 Oct. 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,289 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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The aim of the game is to help the zubos and to do this you go around knocking out zubons and finding various things. The game is probably aimed at children but I am in my 20s and have found it very addictive - the urge to knock out just one more zubon has kept me up late on more than one occasion! The game is played entirely with the stylus including the fighting where it is all to do with tapping the screen at the correct times. I tend to like puzzle and strategy games which this isn't really but I highly recommend it.
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I bought this game for myself as the first one with "people". My ten year old Grandaughter had a go at it and loves it, she has been playing it every night. She loves the characters and the fights, at the last count she has 45 friends she had collected along the way.
As for myself I was enjoying it very much and I am looking forward to getting it back to take up where I was at with my three friends.
Overall I would say it is a very good buy and I will be looking out for more of the same.
Claire
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This a great game very addictive really for children, but I am having great fun with this. (I am over 50) I have had a lot late nights trying to get to the next level. I like games played with the stylus am getting stylus finger/ wrist. If this is possible. Enjoy it
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Bought this game for my son who has played and played on it, he says its great. Has got stuck on levels a couple of times but if you enter zubo walkthrough in google search you can soon get help to carry on with this game. Still not completed so worth the money.
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Product description for this is a bit misleading. You don't feed and nurture zubos. You just feed them apples/bananas/cakes to heal them when injured. The nurturing bit could put some people off as they may think its one of those awful games where you need to look after and care for things like pets while others could be disappointed as theres actually none of it.
Also there is no battling to the rythym unless i'm tone deaf. There is an outline of the zubo and you use stylus to press on when it matches closely to zubo. The battles are quite frantic. The zombos are evil clones of the zubos so when you fight them you get to see the different attacks, which are all hilariously funny. You can't concentrate on whats happening on your turn as you're too busy making sure you get a big hit. If you want to speed it up theres a FF button on the zombo attacks.

You need to meet zubos and defeat evil zombos. The zombos work for Big Head. At first you think sleepy head is the boss, he is making everyone go to sleep with his sleepy mist. Then there is Icy Head who is making things icy. . . and, i guess, so on, thats the point i'm at so far.

You meet the zubos at certain points in game then have to do a quest and they'll ask to be your friend. The quest could be finding and rescuing another zubo who will be your friend. They can then be put in a team to fight with you. You can solve puzzles and clean up, light fires, use TNT, turn things round with stylus, and blow into ds to stoke up fires and blow cobwebs away. All good fun. The exploring is fun.

The graphics are great and zubos look nice and funny.
For me the game flows along nicely and isn't really too difficult though lost a few battles and been stuck on how to use TNT and melt ice. Not for long though. I like that.
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I wasn't sure what this game was about but having being bought it for christmas, i decided to give it a go. The game itself is a rhythm game but also a turn based game as each team takes a turn to attack zombos (zubo's gone wrong!) controlled by big head. You have to face other smaller bosses before reaching big head.
I have to admit, when i first started playing this game, i didn't like it. However, as a progressed, i started to enjoy it. It has a lot going for it:
The battle system is really easy to pick up, offering four choices of attack (each with how much damage the enemy/enemy team will take) and then you have to tap along when the "rings" are on your zubo to give as much damage as you can and sometimes you can get lucky streaks if you're prefect. Not only do you have to collect 55 zubos, you have the task to get them up to level 20 which takes a while. The worlds are pretty big and have seperate areas in them which make them feel huge. Each of the zubos have different personalities and attacks, and the moves they perform are fun too. I also enjoyed the dialogue which was funny at times. I feel this would be a great introduction to someone who wants to get into turn based games as it's not too complicated. It does get harder which is always a good thing.
Having said that, there are a few reasons why i haven't given it five stars- the graphics are pretty cute but could have been done better, the moves, although fun at first, will start to bore you after seeing them for the fifth time, and although i said that it would be a good introdution, some may find it too simple. You can change characters moves but these will be replaced with other moves used by other characters.
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