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Posted 08 September 2011 - 07:08 PM
Now - I love the Tama-Go. Absolutely LOVE it. The downside is the size, but in reality, it's nothing compared to some of the devices that people carry around and have GLUED to them.
Posted 03 October 2011 - 04:42 AM
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Posted 17 October 2011 - 04:42 PM
And getting certain characters is frustrating due to the fact that I didn't have much time to care for it, and the growth cycles were too fast.
Posted 19 October 2011 - 08:55 AM
I got the second generation (purple) one, and even though it's the same game wise, aesthetically it's much nicer, and my complaints about the build of the first versions didn't spoil my enjoyment.
It's a good model if you have a busy lifestyle. It survives well, and doesn't require too much attention. If I had more time on my hands, though, I'd prefer a music star or V5/ V4.5.
Posted 26 October 2011 - 05:31 AM
I hate is because of this:
Potty training is: Once your Tama becomes a toddler, every hour and 40 minutes tehre are a few crucial seconds where you need to catch it and select the toilet icon quick. In these few seconds, wavy lines appear besdie the Tama character. It doesn't beep when you need to do this. It continues into the teen stage, and is needed to get any character above Okay Care level.
Sounds OK? Sounds quite fun? It's not. I own five Tama-Gos and about ten figures, so I know about it. It was a nightmare getting a Perfect Care adult. The Tama-Go would be among my top 5 favourite Tamas if it weren't for this feature.
What I've learned from wasting money on Angels and Tama-Gos and TMGC+Cs is: I'll always be a mid-connections fan <3
So I'm gonna stick with my good old mid-connections and try some earlier connections too. I guess Tamagotchi fans can be divided into 3 groups: Old School Tama fans (vintage fans), Connections fans (me) and Modern Tama fans (Tama-Go fans). Sure, the groups can mix, but I somehow think I'd better stick to my V5.
Posted 26 October 2011 - 08:33 AM
Posted 26 October 2011 - 12:09 PM
I think it's a really disappointing Tamagotchi, there isn't much to do on it(especially me since I'm not allowed to buy any figures) except to remodel it or go to the Park.
Not a Tama I would recommend...
Posted 10 November 2011 - 07:45 AM
I love how it stands up, so that you don't have to have it on its back, and it's something that I can easily find, and grasp when it's in my purse.
The only thing I don't like about the first version is the fact that *#*^$(Y^* screen gets so scratched up that I have to take it OFF in order to actually SEE my little pet now. I put the cover on when I go out so that it can keep getting scratched and not mess up the other, more delicate screen. But at home I've gotta take it off or I can't see it properly.
That being said, a little bit before xmas, I am going to go and purchase one of the new wave versions. I'll see if they have it at Toys R Us, but if not, I'll buy it online. Because the iD L case and retracted screen is fabulous, and since I already love the Tama-GO, it's just a step up
Just like any Tamagotchi, it has its' pros and cons. I can't say that I absolutely love, in and out, one specific Tamagotchi. They've all got small little things that get in the way, or agitate, and they've all got things that make us rejoice that they exist.
Posted 10 November 2011 - 04:07 PM
Also it got good features, a nice growth process, and good gotchi characters, potty training might be hard, but that's just because a perfect care level gotchi shouldn't be EASY to get. Everyone complains about this particular thing, but I really like that it's decently hard to get a perfect care gotchi, since it's a challenge. People who complain it's to hard are just to "lazy" to try get it the hard way, but I don't mean that that's a bad thing, I just think it's correct to have challenges.
Also I've had an entama in the past, with several connection version, but this tama-go seems to have bits and pieces of several version of tamagotchis, making it a well rounded device, which only leaves room for improvement in a later stage of production of new devices, by adding more features to it. But that simply isn't really a problem for the tama-go, since it's well rounded, which makes it perfect for me just now.
I've had a p1, p2, several connections, music stars, entamas, an angel, and several other types, and love them all, each has it's own quality, and the tama-go tries to take bits and pieces of what I like about those features, and it has accomplished that for me atleast
Now we can talk day and night about how bad or good the tama-go is, but what's important is, if you like it, you like it, if you don't, you don't, but we all love tamagotchi in general, and just keep playing
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