Summary: My daughter loves to play with her Barbie an Eye for Style DS game. Barbie is a fashion designer and needs help designing the clothes and stage for fashion shows. My daughter loves getting to design the clothes.
Summary: am giving this game 3 stars because it was okay but it had bad graphics. you can't put makeup on the models you can only change their hair and put shoes on them . and when i first started playing the game barbie sort of had a mash mouth but later in the game she didn't have mash mouth anymore. in the beginning they give you themed challenges that's when you unlock some clothes that match the theme.
Summary: I bought this for my toddler who loves a similar game on the iPod. After taking ages to go through the introduction, we simply can't work out what to do. We can select items, but can't do anything with them. Nothing works. You select a pattern and click it, but nothing happens. So you press a different thing up the top and again, nothing happens. What do you do?
Summary: I got this for my niece who just turned 6. I bought it because other reviewers noted that you do not need to read to play the game, plus my niece is very into anything "Barbie". So far she really likes it. She found it a little complicated at first, but is starting to get the hang of it (she still needs help at the end putting on the fashion show). With more practice she should soon be able to do it all herself.
Summary: We bought a DS and two games for my 6 year old to take on a long trip to the Maldives, and she really enjoyed this one. She gave up on the Tinkerbelle game (too complicated, with a lot of reading), but this one she played all the way over on the plane and for several days afterward. I am now realizing it's hard to buy a game for this age that doesn't require an adult's constant input, and this one didn't--she figured it all out for herself from the beginning, probably...
Summary: I purchased this game as a Christmas gift for my granddaughter on the recommendation of her parents. It's always fun when you know from the beginning that you are giving a gift that is wished for! Shopping through Amazon saves time, stress, and money - and that is what I wished for as well!!
Too difficult for the little girls to figure it out
Jocelynn Bailey "Mystery Mom", Amazon
18 November 2009
Summary: The age group that would use this game is not going to sit and figure out how many buttons to push and how to navigate the menus. My 1st grader gave up after 5 minutes. Even after I sat and figured it all out, I realized that this game is meant more for 10-12 year olds.