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Hello ladies and gentlemen!
I thought it’s time to talk about the issues that most tamagotchi lovers are dealing with, specifically talking about the technical problems with the Meets and ON.
I’ve seen a ridiculous amount of people complaning all over social media, about their “bugged” toys, and sadly we haven’t heard anything from Bandai regarding those issues.
Two common issues so far that I’ve seen, the first one is that your tamagtochi is not growing up (also known as Peter Pan Syndrome), The other one is the device resets itself (personally happened to me) and that happened when I married a tamagotchi through the official app. Not sure if it was because the other tama was carrying a corrupted data. That takes us now to MyMeets app users, it will force people to be cautious and be careful who they marry their tamas with.
All of these issues are killing the experience and the joy to play with our favorite toy!
I would like to know what you guys think and if there’s anything we could do to make Bandai aware of these issues and if there’s a way that we could avoid them?
Bandai's Response to a Message I sent regarding The ON and Meets Connecting and Possible Retained BugsBy Save_Tamagotchis
Due to the Meets and ON being found by several reviewers of the ON to be able to connect, after Bandai US stated they would not be able to, some in the community began to feel that if they were wrong about the two connecting that Bandai US was wrong about the bugs and glitches in the Meets being fixed in the ON was also not correct.
I messaged Bandai US about this. Bellow is the message I sent them and their response. The blackout information is my name to protect my privacy.
Bandai's Response to a Message I sent regarding The ON and Meets Connecting and Possible Retained Bugs
By Eternal Mametchi Fan
Hello! When I was about 10 years old, maybe younger, I saw a digital virtual pet/device in Target for pretty cheap... I think it was $10 or less. But anyway, I only saw it ONCE and the next time I went to Target, it wasn't there. I've never seen or heard about it since then, and I even looked through some of those oddpet websites but I don't think I found it... I'm not sure if it was even a pet, maybe just some other random animal-related device.
But anyway, I remember the toy or packaging being mostly red. It was rectangle-shaped, with only two buttons, and it was at a 45-degree angle in the packaging. I thought it was called "My Pet Shop" or something similar, but I googled that and couldn't find anything accurate. I think there was a building on the packaging, presumably a pet shop, and there were some pixelated animals including a bat.
Does this pet ring any bells? I doubt it, but it's worth a shot asking.
So, I've been looking into getting a Tamagotchi Friends. I wasn't impressed with the Tama-go but this looks more appealing to me and as a collector, I'm probably going to get at least one eventually. For those who own a Tamagotchi Friends, would you say you enjoyed it? Would you say having more than one made it more fun or was a single "Friends" good enough?
FTR, I do own the color versions so I know it would be a "downgrade" to get a Tamagotchi Friends.
Hi. I was just wondering if any of you have/know about the Vmigo? If you don't know what I mean then here is a video of a commercial that was on TV a while back:
The most well known 1 that is in the advert (and the 1 that I have) is the dog version. It came with a device that you can hook up to your TV. They also do other VMigos as well. I think a cat 1 and a baby 1 and maybe another 1. It came with a lefelet and these are the only ones that I can remember. These things are good but it is hard to earn money and look after. If you are thinking about using/getting these I can tell you 1 thing. It uses a lot and I mean A LOT of battery's! Especially when you are trying to get the good care award. So anyone know about these? I will upload a picture probably tomorrow of it and maybe a video of the game-play if anyone wants me to do it. It might take a while for the game-play video if I do it though because I don't have any battery s left! I also wont be able unfortunately to do a video of the TV console because it needs EVEN MORE BATTERY'S and it is not compatible with the type of TV I have now. I might be able to if I get out the vintage TV. If it is still working...