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Hasbro has re-invented Furby with more personalities and a fun interactive app, making it more like a pet than a toy.
(4 out of 5)
If you were a kid in the late ’90s like I was, the prospect of reviewing a new Furby is as exciting as it is terrifying. After accidentally killing countless Tamagotchis and Nano pets, when I was 11, I received a Furby of my own after a well-timed Toys-R-Us trip. It was gray with a white belly. I loved it for a good two months before the Furbish nightmares got to me. Eventually, I gifted my Furby to a younger girl whom I knew would love it, then hate it as much as I did. As a jaded college student in 2005, the Furby reboot that year did little to rekindle my interest.
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- Large LCD eyes allow Furby to express personality
- Fun app makes interactions more fun
- Falls asleep in less than a minute
- Really, really cute
- Interactions feel organic
- Scary when Furby changes to a different personality
- No off switch