Summary: I know this game was probably focused on a preteen audience, but being a figure skating enthusiast I just couldn't resist giving this game a try. Plus, I agree with another reviewer when I say that there are seriously not enough games targeted to the female audience. Considering the age group this game was focused on I thought that the skating competitions in this game would be a little challenging, but not too difficult.
Summary: Hi! im 12 years old and I love this game! Im not a figure skater, but my sister is, and that's why i got it. Some of the reviews say that there's a lot of talking, but it's really not that bad, and I like listening to some of it. There's one thing i didnt like about the game. but it was easily solved. When your character is skating, the skating noise isn't really realistic at all.
Summary: i LOVE this game!! you are a figure skater that wants to win the world championships.you get to design your character and their name. You play by each week. every week you raise either stamina, coordination, or artistry. you also have to learn the new skating move. when you get the weekly goal you have to go into the buildings in town and talk to people. the story line in the beginning is long and boring but gets better. every few months you have a competition.
Summary: OK, so at first it is fun, with a hint of addicting. But eating sushi as a minigame? Really? Plus, you have no control over what happens. You cannot decide what contests you want to enter, and it says that you are doing poorly in school, but when you go to the school you cannot take classes or anything! At first you sort of just ignore it, but then it gets really annoying. But you still have to ignore it.