- Make friends with toys who can help you
- Earn Happy Points and Watts to purchase new upgrades, such as longer battery life and cartridges to build games
- Multiple mini games – you can play every game you build!
- Help the flowers grow, clean up the park and bring happiness to the people!
- Learn new dances from Kid Kombo
List Price: $29.99
Chibi-Robo: Park Patrol Description
Learn new dances from Kid Kombo. This is the game Chibi-Robo Park Patrol for the Original Nintendo DS. This game is used, and comes as the cartridge only. All of our Nintendo DS games are cleaned tested and guaranteed to work. Here at NintendosForSale.com we stand by our products and offer a 60 days guarantee. If a game does not work within 60 days from the time you receive it we will gladly exchange it for you.
Reviews By reduxredux : Date December 2, 2007
The original Chibi Robo was perhaps the best original game for GameCube and an outstanding example of its genre (not that anyone noticed). It was such a sleeper title that I was surprised it got a sequel at all. The sequel is welcome but it departs from the formula and introduces new elements while at the same time not correcting the flaws of the original.
Let’s get the bad parts out of the way. For one, Park Patrol is plagued with repetition. You will be forced to see the same animations and dialog over and over.
Reviews By Jon D : Date October 8, 2007
I picked up this game with low expectations, after having seen some in-game pictures from awhile back and video footage. The environments looked quite dull and ornery, and the entire concept seemed a bit unappealing (Exactly how appealing can a game where you run around as a tiny robot watering flowers get?). Once I began to play and experiment however, my mind was changed.
On the outside, the concept may appear simple – take control of Chibi Robo and help the environment by cleaning up a park… it isn’t until you get about 5 or 6 hours in that you see the level of depth presented in this excellent addition to the Chibi Robo series. The main premise involves watering flowers (which takes a matter of 5 seconds), and once they grow, dancing by whipping out your beatbox and circling in time to the music with your stylus, which in turn helps the flowers produce more seeds. The better you dance, the more seeds will be produced. An in-game counter keeps track of how many flowers you’ve planted, and within certain increments, you’ll occasionally be awarded with new gear to place and interact with in your park.
There are tons of upgrades, vehicles, items, and a slew of unique characters who’ll assist you in construction in your park in return for some watts. Watts serve as the main currency and enery level in Park Patrol. You’ll earn watts by completing certain tasks, interacting with objects, and most importantly, growing flowers. As you labor through daily tasks, your energy (watts) will slowly be drained, and you’ll occasionally need to head back to your base to get a quick charge. Reach 0 watts, however, and you’re in trouble.
This game is not without its downfalls, however.
Reviews By R. Tischler : Date November 6, 2007
This game is just as good as the first one. You play the game as a little robot called Chibi-Robo who was built to help clean up parks around the world. your job is to plant flowers and make the park a pretty place so people will come to visit. This time there are a lot of great mini games that really use the touch pad on the DS well. There are characters that actually help you with your job. There are also bad guys who try and stop your progress. There are a lot of places to wander around, different side quests and side stories. This game is great for all ages. Just like the first game it has a great message; cleaning up, planting flowers, and helping people out makes everyone happy, happy, happy.
The game lets you upgrade and personalize your park. You get to upgrade yourself to a certain extent. It really lets you take control. The characters in this game are great and their side stories allow you to spend time away from the main goal of the game. There is even one character from the last game back to help you.
If you loved the first one you will love this one.
I could not put this game down. In fact, there were nights were the only reason I stopped was because my hand started cramping after about 4 hours of play. Even after you complete the story in the game there is endless game play. I have still not stopped playing it. It is an addictive game just like the original one.Read more Chibi Robo: Park Patrol Reviews