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How To Train Your Dragon Game Review and Giveaway!

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My kids have a new favorite movie and game. It is How To Train Your Dragon. We were lucky enough to win 4 tickets to see it in the theater in 3D. Will, my 2 year old, begs to see it again every.single.day. I can’t wait till it comes out on DVD. That being said, I jumped at the chance to review a copy of the How To Train A Dragon Wii game.

The age on this game is for ten and up (according to the rating on it, E10+).  However, Madison (my 6 year old) has not had any problems playing all facets of this game on the easy level.  I love that you don’t have to see the movie to understand the game.  On the flip side, if you have seen the movie, this is just what happened after the credits ran.  You’ll recognize the Island of Berk, and they even have the arena!

Being as young as she is, Madison doesn’t normally play games the way you’d think she would.  She likes to explore every facet of the game.  One of her most favorite part of this game is the “create your own dragon” feature.  You are able to customize six different dragon.  You can change their tails, their color, etc.  I think Madison has come up with several hundred different dragons in the short time we’ve had this game.

There are two ways to play this game.  You’ve got the level up game.  You run around the playing field trying to find items to collect to make your dragon stronger, faster, etc.  There is also the head to head mode where you can pick your dream team of dragons and battle against either the Wii or your friends.  I have to admit — this is actually pretty fun to watch.  There also are mini games that allow you earn points toward leveling up your dragon, winning gold and other items to help care for dragons.  The mini games include Ice Sculpting, Looping Race, Flying Sheppard, Memory Torch, and Puzzle Dragon.

Madison can play this game for hours and I love the one on one battles myself.  Since we love this so much, I have a copy I’d love to give away to one of my readers!  Here’s what you need to do (please let me know in the comments each thing you’ve done. Also, make sure each thing is a separate comment):

Tell me why you want this game. Do you love dragons? You’ve seen the movie and you now have to own the game?

Each of these gives you one additional entry:
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This contest will end April 27th at noon CST! Good Luck!

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652 thoughts on “How To Train Your Dragon Game Review and Giveaway!”

  1. I would love to win this for my ds (and my dh). 🙂 They went to see this movie together a few weeks ago and loved it! They both love games too. Thanks for the chance to win it.

  2. I do love dragons! And while I haven't seen the movie, I want to. I mainly entering this for my 5-year-old nephew, though, who also loves dragons and has a Wii and would love this game. 🙂

    Thank you for the giveaway!

    anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

  3. When my daughter was three, we walked outside on a chilly morning…she said, "Mommy, I'm gonna be a dragon when I grow up." When I glanced over at her she was watching her warm breath react to the chilly air….since then she has been fascinated with everything dragon. That is why I want to win this….for my own little growing dragon.

    Thank you. 🙂

  4. I can't wait to see this movie – especially in 3D, yahoo! I'd love to win this for my daughter who LOVES dragons. She is always having me tell stories about her having an adventure with a dragon. Thanks!

  5. I took my son to the movie and we both loved it. We like to play the Wii together, so this would be perfect. gbloganx(AT)aol(DOT)com

  6. We saw the movie this weekend and I really think my son would love to have the video game as he really enjoyed the movie.

  7. I want to win this game because my son loved the movie. Everytime the ad for the movie comes on tv all I hear is "Let's go see the movie again."

  8. I haven't seen the movie as yet but my granddaughter has and she loved it. I'd like to win this game to give to her….then I'd be #1 Grandma.

  9. I love dragons and would love to play this game, but I really want to win it for my son who would LOVE to have this game!

  10. I'd love to win this game because it sounds like it would be a winner for our family. We haven't seen the movie yet, but want to – if only 3D tickets weren't so expensive. 🙁

  11. I would love to win this because my son thought the movie was so great! I know we would have so much fun playing this game with him.

  12. My Dad took my boys and my niece to see the movie and they all went crazy over it. I know they would absolutely love to have the game!

  13. I just got a Wii and "How to Train a Dragon – Game" for Wii would be my first game. I love dragons and watch as many movies about them as I can, they are fascinating. And I absolutely loved the movie, I had hadnt laugh that hard while watching in forever.

  14. I have always loved dragons and fantasy creatures. I have not seen this film yet, but I am looking forward to it. I'm not sure who will enjoy this game more – myself or my nephew. Thank you for the chance to win.

  15. I have always loved dragons and fantasy creatures. I have not seen this film yet, but I am looking forward to it. I'm not sure who will enjoy this game more – myself or my nephew. Thank you for the chance to win.

  16. I have always loved dragons and fantasy creatures. I have not seen this film yet, but I am looking forward to it. I'm not sure who will enjoy this game more – myself or my nephew. Thank you for the chance to win.

  17. I want it because the kids loved this movie and it looks like a good, safe game for them to play! Also, dragons are awesome!

  18. I took my three kids to this movie last week and we all loved it! Night Fury is just like a big puppy dog! I know we would all love this game!

  19. I took my children to see "How to Train Your Dragon on opening weekend. And they loved it. So I know they would be super excited to have the game.
    Thank you so much for the chance to win.

    jweezie43[at]aol[dot]com

  20. I saw the movie with my children and we LOVED IT!

    My seven year-old son Ethan is quite fascinated with dragons and has his entire bedroom decorated with them!

    He'd love to add this video game to his collection!

    Please, include us in your giveaway drawing!

    Thanks for the chance to win and Good Luck to all!

  21. I think this would be a fun game for me and my son to play together. Its not violent, there's no cursing or blood, and we both totally love dragons and loved loved loved the movie! Thanks!

  22. I took my 6 year old daughter to see this in the theaters in 3D. I was pleasantly surprised – we both LOVED it! We'll definitely have to get the DVD to see it again, and so her 2 year old brothers can see it! We would love to have the Wii game!

    kjmaje at gmail dot com

  23. My son saw this movie and absolutly loved it. He would really enjoy this game. a perfect reward for helping put up fence.