Summary: A game starring a princess might be an "emotional" roller coaster ride. Super Princess Peach is a surprisingly entertaining that Mario fans come to expect. Great touchscreen controls, cartoony graphics, simple difficulty, and fun platforming sections.
Summary: This is actually one of my favorite DS games I own. I've owned this game since July 2007, and I have to say that I agree with both harsh critics and praises. Super Princess Peach is a reverse-role game where she saves Mario from Bowser on Vibe Island.
This adventure just so happens to be really, really fun despite the apparent lack of difficulty
16 December 2008
Summary: Positive: + emotions are well-implemented into the gameplay + cool upgrades can be bought with coins + you can save any time + very nice looking graphics + lots of stuff to collect + really fun Negative: - (for guys) a little too `cute' - WAY too easy Mario has had his fair share of 2-D platformers...
Summary: I bought this game as my first DS game after getting a DS this month since I hadn't been allowed to purchase one for my younger brother for Christmas for his DS, and I was curious about it. This game is fun, but really short.
Summary: Most of these reviews already give you a significant amount of information about the game. I find it amazing that some of the reviewers are talking about how much their children love the game-perhaps I'm dumber than a child? I do love this game, and love how girl oriented/Japanese it is.
Summary: Definitely a different path in the Mario genre, but still a goody. I admit at first the controls and different actions were a bit confusing and even frustrating at times but as a whole I really did enjoy this game. I say for anyone wanting something different to at least give it a try.