The idea is solid, but the haphazard controls suck most of the enjoyment from these rails. We'd like to see more dragons in our games, but requiring the use of an ice pack after bouts with the stylus seems unnecessary.
Dragon Booster is one of those games that feels like it was jammed out the door to meet the holiday deadline. While it may carry the cool cachet of an anime license, it's control issues and generic production values will have gamers avoiding it like the plague.
What seems like an ambitious design turns out to be overly complicated, completely frustrating and totally confusing. Racing dragons sounds like a cool concept, but Dragon Booster doesn't end up anywhere near a cool DS game.
Lousy graphics, terrible gameplay, and no other redeeming values make Dragon Booster one of the worst DS games on the market. Trust us, don’t buy it, and if you see someone else trying to buy it, fling yourself at them.
Parents, avoid this game if you don’t want your little tyke smashing his expensive DS against a wall in frustration. Dragon Booster fails in nearly every way and never should have seen the outside of the development studio.
In a sneak peek of my cousin DS library , the curiosity to play a flawed Tv show pulled me to see how it worked. After a few minutes , I found it wasn't that great. Uninspired , software made of hate.…Full Review »