Summary: When I first heard of this game i went "hmmm looks okayish" I bought it and played it a LOT. I found it to be really repetitive but the game made up for it in art. I found all of the guys to be either really cute or really hot (XD). another complaint that I have is that unless you lay your arm just right by the end of one story line your like "AHHHH my arm! I can't feel it someone help meee T_T" :/.
Summary: This game is really good. I mean of course it's fun to play, the story isn't CRAZY AMAZING but it sure does make a bunch of WTF moments. I love the gameplay, However sometimes it gets a little redundant when you play the whole day.. Don't overplay and you'll definitely get over the game within a couple days, like I did. It was worth the 15 bucks and sure was worth my time.
Summary: This game is great! I'm a pretty picky buyer, and this is so far the most cheapest, yet most fun game I've bought (except for Pokemon). Well actuallly the game gets really boring for a while when you just beat the game since there is no post-game or anything. You have to restart the game. But after you play it later, you will find that you would like to collect all of the accesories (I still have 1 left), and that you also would like to fill up your picture diary.
Summary: If you're a fan of the DS game Elite Beat Agents, but are looking for something a little bit more girl oriented, Princess Debut may be the title for you. The game combines dating simulation elements with Elite Beat Agents style music based gameplay. You can beat the game very quickly, but the different princes and story elements as well as different accessories offer plenty of replay value.
Summary: Ever wish prince charming would just magically appear and sweep you off your feet? Sadly, in real life, you have a better chance of winning the lottery. However, when you play "Princess Debut" you can experience what it's like to flirt and dance with a whole collection of princes! This game is one of those titles that's easy to over look: it's already about two years old, yet I only found it recently on a discounted games display at Wal-mart.
Summary: Princess Debut is a great game for young girls. All it requires is for you to trace a shape within the lines. Slightly older girls will enjoy trying to keep tempo and hit the beat to get a high score. Adults will find it amusing but not very challenging for about one play through and then be bored with it. The storyline is completely innocent which makes it fine for any age girl.
Summary: Though I'm usually a more serious gamer playing intense games like L4D, Team Fortress, Civ 4, Jrpgs, etc, occasionally I like to get in touch with my girly side. If you're familiar with the Japanese Dating Sim genre, this is a dating sim meant for girls (or people who imagine themselves in place of the main character).
Summary: this gorgeous game is a great example of the many fun uses of the touch screen feature. graphics: you might find the graphics on this game quite pixily at times espesally during the dancing cut-scenes that is my greatest mark down. but the characters faces on the contrairy are beautifully detailed. sound: the songs in this game are extreamly simple much to my displeasure there are mearly ordered bleeps and bloops. no recognisable instumants.
Summary: So from Cave, yes, Cave, the company known for good shooting games comes this; localized by Natsume. As you can tell; it threatens you to be attacked by sparkles and flowers, at first, but that doesn't stop it from being fun. This game, and it's sister game in Japan (Kuru Kuru Princess, published as Imagine: Figure Skater here in the US), both stand out with the cute art and fun stylus gameplay. It's a simple yet addicting game.