Summary: While the game is said to offer various modes of game play, 'story mode' is the only one really worth playing. Sadly, if you're over the age of 13 or are known to breeze through games, this will be no exception. Practicing and learning new dances quantify the bulk of the game with some random dialogue between the characters. A notable treat for gamers, regardless of age, is how the story-line relies highly on your interaction with other characters.
Summary: What "Princess Debut" lacks in narrative substance it pretty much makes up for in sheer eye-squeezing cuteness, and in the end that was all I was really after when I bought it, though the kawaii factor may not be enough to justify this skim game's price where most gamers above its target age demographic are concerned. (I'll be honest, it was that damn cute cover that lured me in. Call it an inspired Out-Of-Character purchase.