Summary: You thought Call of Duty is hardcore? Think you are the bomb because you memorized the map? .. you have the ultimate arms setup? Well here comes Hello Kitty Party. You are a cat, in Japan, and you have to do things like iron clothes, draw and read stories. Mind. BLOWN. I can't put this down. My only gripe, the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5, is that they don't have online multiplayer capability.
Summary: I will admit, I did buy this game for myself because I love video games and I love Hello Kitty. For someone of my age, this game is a disappointment, as I finished all of the mini games in less than 10 minutes. On the other hand, I would highly recommend this game for young children. There is a great variety of mini games that exercise small, basic motor skills and the graphics are absolutely adorable.
Summary: My five year old daughter really likes this game. What I like about it is that no reading is really required. A narrator reads all the words out loud for the benefit of children that can not read yet. Great idea. As an adult, I think the game is a little annoying to listen to, but for a child it is great (and ultimately that is who the game is for). The games are simple, but not so easy that my daughter gets frustrated. Overall, a good game for a young child.
Summary: I bought this game for my 4 year old daughter, who is just starting to have an interest in video games. I knew that she would not be able to follow a game that was story-based. She can't read yet, so we needed a game that was simple and didn't require much reading. This game is perfect. It basically consists of at least a dozen mini-games. For example, the player must prepare food for the party, so there are a few games that require shopping and cooking.