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How to Train Your Dragon 2 (Nintendo Wii)
- Choose your Rider and Dragon to train and compete in races and tournaments
- Challenge a friend to claim the title of Best Dragon Rider
- Explore the mysterious Island of Berk to discover hidden quests
- Collect tokens and complete challenges to unlock new Dragon traits and abilities
- Discover two unlockable secret characters
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Become the ultimate Dragon Racer!
Return to the epic Island of Berk, where The Dragon Races have become the awesome new sport for Viking adrenaline junkies. Hiccup, Astrid, Snotlout, Fishlegs, Tuffnut & Ruffnut and their Dragons are now competing in fierce tournaments to determine the ultimate Dragon Rider.
Choose your Dragon Racer, soar through clouds, and explore new unmapped territories. Discover hidden locations, unlock mysterious Dragon Riders, and join in epic races across the beautiful yet treacherous Island of Berk.
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Top Customer Reviews
Ideal because it is a 2 player game, so 2 can play at a time. It is really frustrating when there are 1 player games, whether you have more kids or whether you have a playdate at home, no one really wants to sit and watch. Everyone wants to have a go.
I have already bought 3 sets of this game for my son and his friends, and they love it.
You just sit on the dragons back and explore the island . Just like Sirius sitting on top of Buck beak and exploring, if you get my drift!
Excellent gift. Works on both Wii and Wii U
Highly recommend. Great for 7-13 year olds.
As far as licensed products go, you could do a lot worse then How to Train Your Dragon 2. There are good bones here, a nice foundation built on a satisfying flying mechanic, and some excellent work to capture the sights and sounds of the movie and its characters. It, like most other movie games, falls apart where that license meets the tight structure of a modern game under the strictures of a tight turn around. While you apparently can train a dragon, no amount of training can save this game from itself.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought as a present to my nephew, but oh what a surprise..his father plying with it also!!!!Published 20 days ago by Catherine
Great game bought for our 11 year old dragon-fan but better as a one player game as the split screen on two players is off-putting.Published 6 months ago by Natalie