2012 Furby it's really cute,which one do u guys prefer Furby or tamagotchi?
Posted 13 May 2013 - 12:46 AM
i like tamagotchis better. thats just me. and i like them because they are small and you can carry them everywhere and what not. i have about ten of them and one more coming in the mail (its a tama p's) so i will have 11 soon. witch one do you prefer?
Edited by tamagirl1017, 13 May 2013 - 12:50 AM.
Posted 13 May 2013 - 12:57 AM
i like tamagotchis better. thats just me. and i like them because they are small and you can carry them everywhere and what not. witch one do you prefer?
i also prefer tamagotchi because we can put in pocket and have many feature like :item,games,character,Trick,etc it's more fun. i just saw Youtube video review of Furby 2012.it's looks adorable and cute.it can interact with ipad but i think,this is my opinion,hmmm after you play about 1-2 hour or a few days. you will be bored.
Posted 13 May 2013 - 01:18 AM
i did not know it could interact with the ipad. thats cool! but yes it does look like you will get bored of it after a little bit. i might get one just for the fun of it, but not any time soon.
Posted 13 May 2013 - 09:17 AM
Furby 2012's terrify me. I want a vintage Furby but...
dem LCD eyes
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Posted 13 May 2013 - 10:01 AM
Furby will always be number one for me. If it wasn't for Furby I wouldn't have found Tamagotchi and I wouldn't have gotten into electronic pets. Tamagotchi is a close second though.
Posted 14 May 2013 - 09:08 PM
I was not a big fan of the older furbies but I love the 2012 furby. That being said Tamagotchi will always be my preferred. They are easier to take with me on the go. Plus when I take my tamagotchis to work my coworkers don't threaten to put me on youtube like they do if I have a furby with me. They also hold my interests longer then furby does. I can spend about an hour with a furby each week, anymore and I get bored. A work friend of mine is really into furbies though. I was able to find her a new 2012 furby for $2 in the thrift shop.
Posted 28 July 2013 - 01:04 AM
Tamagotchi is five thousand times better than Furby because it's full of features. All Furby does is talk in an annoying voice and scare the pants out of me.
Posted 28 July 2013 - 09:15 AM
Now that this thread has been brought up again I wish to change my answer. Tamagotchi has surpassed Furby for me in recent months. Tamagotchi is a much more convenient pet. It is small, portable, has plenty of features, doesn't make a lot of noise and is generally the perfect virtual pet. I even gave away the Furbys I had. Now I'm concentrating on building a huge Tamagotchi collection.
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Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:32 PM
well this is a hard choice, furby or tamagotchi?...hmmm...i think i like the furby more. But what i'm sure of is that both furbies and tamagotchi's are awesome!!
Posted 06 August 2013 - 03:05 PM
There are positives and negatives to both of them for me, so it's rather hard to pick which one I'd actually prefer.
With Tamagotchis, they're small and made for traveling around. I can slide a few into my pocket and take them to work or anywhere else with me. There's also a greater variety of characters to get on the same version, or if I want a particular character, I know how to get them. (With my Digimon virtual pet, I like having Greymon, so I know exactly how to take care of him to always have him.) The downsides of Tamagotchis include the fact that they're not easy to ignore. I either have to pause them or take out the battery if I don't feel like taking care of them for a long while. It's also hard to stay attached to the character you raise, as they leave in around a week.
But with Furbies, it's easier to get attached to them. I've had the same Furby for almost a year now, and he's still the same as ever. Same with the other Furbies I have. What I like about Furbies is how much fun they are to cuddle with. While watching videos online, I can just hold a Furby and pet them, making them and myself feel better. There's also the fact that Furbies can be ignored easier, so long as no one rocks the surface they're on! Four of my Furbies haven't been touched in a while, but they're fine with that and so am I. The downside with them, though, is that it's so difficult to bring them around anywhere. If I want to, then I have to carry around a screwdriver and take the batteries in and out, depending on where I am. Which defeats the point of carrying around a Furby, as I'm just carting around the shell and not the Furby as I'm used to using them.
So really, for me, I can't pick just one. They both have their positives and negatives, and it really depends on what I'm looking for from either or what my mood is.
Posted 06 August 2013 - 08:19 PM