Reviews and Problems with Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams
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27 December 2010
Summary: My 4.5 yr old got this game for Christmas. Unless your kiddo can read then you will have to help them till they understand what each area is. The game is cute (from a young child eyes) but not worth it in our home.
Summary: I was really excited to get this game at first but the slowness and difficulty of the stylus recognition started to get annoying. The characters are really cute and I enjoyed looking at them being animated, but the game itself felt underdeveloped. It seemed like the developers rushed it and did not fully make sure the stylus recognition worked.
Summary: I got this game for my 9 year old daughter for Christmas. She liked it and had been looking for it for a long time. She had fun with it. I even started playing it and enjoyed it myself! It became addictive. The mini-games are fun. The only negative thing I can say about the game is that it was fairly easy to 'beat'.
Summary: My aunt bought this for me for Christmas, but I had seen it on Amazon and thought it was so cute (I am an adult). I love Hello Kitty and all of the familiar characters are in this game: Pekkle, Chococat, My Melody, My Little Twin Stars. The game is based on a Friendship Point system. You start off with one room in an apartment, and your goal is to buy more rooms and eventually move to the penthouse apartment.
Summary: I bought this for my 5yr old daughter and she loved it. Interacts with it really well. The only down fall with this game was it only lasted a few months and it packed in. My daughter was quite upset, so i gave have given it another go and purchased another copy. So far so good, but its only been a few weeks.