Reviews and Problems with The Princess and the Frog
Showing 1-5 of 5
NDS Review - 'The Princess and the Frog'
7 March 2010
Summary: Players can experience Tiana's exciting world set in the jazz-infused era of 1920s New Orleans with the official video game inspired by the Walt Disney Pictures release of The Princess and the Frog. Meet new friends, triumph over enemies, play frog games in the bayou, create music, cook New Orleans style and more.
Movie-based questing/platforming game isn't too difficult.
Common Sense Media
15 January 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this version of The Princess and the Frog most closely tracks the story of the movie. This is a platform puzzle/adventure game where the player takes on the role of Tiana. It also has cooking and music games. Princess Tiana is a positive role model for kids because she's generous, creative, giving, and someone who is willing to work hard to achieve her dreams.This is a totally different game than the one on the Wii or for the Leapster, although...
Starts off as a frog, and never turns back into a prince.
17 December 2009
Conclusion: The Princess and the Frog isn't a bad game, but it's never an exciting one either. The platforming takes some thought and can get tricky, but ultimately it's always the same basic fetch quest, punctuated by really quick excuses for mini-games. None of the reasons your kid is likely to be a fan of the film make it into the game, so it's hard to recommend it even to major Disney fans.