The Nintendo rumor-mill is all abuzz about a recent survey conducted by the company that seems to hint at the possibility of a remake of Nintendogs.
The survey, which apparently only hit a select group of users, talked a lot about Nintendogs merchandising (i.e. stuffed animals, cellphone straps, stationary, stickets, etc., etc.) but more importantly it also asked about possible new features for future versions of the pet sim.
Some of the features mentioned in the survey include:
* More available breeds and items
* Dogs that age
* Ability to train other animals
* More ways to take care of your pet and house
* More interactions between dogs.
The dogs that age idea struck me as interesting. Back when I wrote my story on Nintendogs for the Rocky Mountain News, I talked to Nintendo about that. They said they had ruled aging out because they didn’t want gamers to have to deal with their dogs growing to adulthood, aging and then dying. Maybe they’re thinking of just freezing the dog in its adulthood and never letting it die.
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