Summary: The game is decent, however some of the tasks are a bit tedious or dare I say , boring. My daughter who is 9 played it a few times, but it is definitely not her favorite from this series. The girl character is blue eyed blonde. Not that this is a problem, however,it would be nice if the game a variety of characters that the child can choose to play as. Boys also may want to play at being a reporter and being able to choose would be nice.
Summary: My daughter received this for Christmas (on a Sunday) and by Tuesday had mastered it. She really enjoyed the game, and, yes, was plaing with her brand new DS excessively during that period of time, but I was disappointed that there was really no writing involved (for some reason, I was under the impression there was) and she 'beat' the game that quickly.
Summary: I think this game is an amazing game for many children!! It's full of enjoyable and puzzling mini-games that will certainly entertain your child! This game is also good for teaching children about working hard to get the career you desire!
Summary: This game is totally awesome! You go around town and ask questions, write, scoop, and much more! If you don't have the diplomas, you go to school and learn the stuff you don't know with your teacher. Then once you get your diplomas you report to your boss and he sends you to work. You go visit firefighters, moviestars, basketball coaches, and the science teacher. You go on the news and do radio.
Summary: I'm a mom of a 9 yr old girl who really enjoys this game. She loves the activities of interviewing rock stars and firefighters. She loved piecing together film splices (a lot like fitting a puzzle together) and she loved the seek and find games. She's choosing to play this game over all the others she owns. She hasn't finished to the end yet but really enjoys it. You can catch my full review on Night Owl Mama just google it and the name of the game.