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  • Summary: Shrek & Fiona's energetic triplets appear along side Donkey & Dragon's playful offspring, the dronkeys, exclusively on the Nintendo DS. This game gives handheld gamers the chance to train, play and explore with their mischievous new friends on wild adventures throughout the hilarious world of Shrek. [Activision] Expand
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  1. Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys is not necessarily a terrible game, it is more that it just does nothing to stand out from the crowd of pet simulators that are already saturating the market.
  2. Once all the items are round, there isn’t any point to replay the levels. Parents may want to pass on this one.
  3. While it doesn't quite measure up to the best of the virtual pet breed, Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys is an almost satisfying game that younger Shrek fans will enjoy.
  4. While it does have a few redeeming qualities, Shrek: Ogres and Dronkeys is brought down by its unimaginative and poorly executed gameplay mechanic. There's no real plot either, which is a shame.
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  1. GracieB.
    Nov 27, 2007
    I think that this is a brilliant game and it doesn't need a plot. It is a bit like the game nintendogs where you have to look after the dogs, except in this you must look after ogres and dronkeys. I am 10 and I love this game, so why not give it a try? I'm sure you'll love it. Expand