Reviews and Problems with POP CUTIE! Street Fashion Simulation
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Not the pinky street game, but close
18 April 2014
Summary: Buy and sell fashions, dress cute people. Don't remember too much more about the game. I do remember Afros being a big deal, and I was trying to get them to not be so popular, because it's kind of racist. Japan thinks afros are funny.
Summary: The game is unusual in how it's plays and the process you go through to beat the odds and attempt to win the fashion battles. It's intriguing, sometimes frustrating, BUT extremely fun. I love it!
Summary: I played this game a lot when I was like.. A pre-teen. Now that I'm near finals and needed a pretty easy to play game to calm down this was very well! It feels slow pace sometimes and holy hay some of these clothes/wigs/accessories are UGLY. But. Very easy to advance through the levels and the fashion competition. My only confusion is whether or not this is just re-packaged because the game booklet was very crumpled. But this obviously had no affect on the game card.
Summary: My title comes from the character cordy nate who appears at random times in the game, and what a game it is! Don't let the theme fool you, this can be played by boys as well as girl(Hey if a girl can play Halo then we can play this) It is like a business sim and a fashion design game all at once. You start off at a flea market and soon move up the ladder hopefully becoming the next Todd Oldham or Vera Wang.
Summary: Pop Cutie! Street Fashion Simulation. It sounds like one of those cheaply made games that are slated for tweeny girls that don't know any better. BUT Don't let the name scare you off. Despite its candy cover and focus on "fashion", this is NOT a girly game at all. It's more of a store managment simulation than a fashion game.
Summary: I wouldn't add too much as the first reviwer did a great job covering all the basics. At the beginning of the game you have the option of creating your character either a boy or a girl and the shape of his/her eyes as well. You begin selling your clothes in a modest flrea market and progress to your own store/boutique. In order to create the clothes yo must speak to the people on the streets and gather special words they say that appear on the screen in blue and red.