Reviews and Problems with Jojo's Fashion Show
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JoJos Fashion Show 3 Set Collection
7 April 2013
Summary: Strut catwalks around the globe in becoming the hottest fashion designer around. 3 great Jojo's Fashion Show games are rolled into one package and you can choose where and how to start. Stunning accessories as you showcase your fashion sense on runways from New York to Paris. What's great about this game is you get to design your own gorgeous outfits and see them on the runway. New models, hot styles and an all new design mode. This is a fun and entertaining game.
Summary: The third installment in the Jojo's Fashion Show series certainly isn't a bad game, but despite its higher quality graphics and incorporation of supposedly "real" styles, it still fails to be as good as either the first or second. This game was praised for its stronger plot, but the majority of players are unlikely to care much. Some might not even notice it at all because of how strikingly different the graphics are.
Summary: Big improvement over the first two Jojo's games, & one of the few fashion games I like, since it doesn't have that Dinner Dash style of gameplay. This one actually lets you design some of your own stuff & the overall design of pretty much everything has improved. If you enjoyed this game, you may like: --------------------------------------------------- *Clueless. *Fashion Solitaire. *Fashionista.
Summary: My daughter loves this. She is 7 and was able to get it started all on her own. Very easy to use and the instructions are simple. I have to admit, I have played it myself and it is rather fun. Great game!
Summary: I'm totally floored that people thought the first and second editions of the game were better than this one. I think they need to revisit them. If they can stay awake through them that is. I loved being able to design clothes to actually use during a level. And the storyline was far more addictive than the previous two. The flashing signature pieces were also an enormous help. To be honest the models did look less "real" but thats how they look in real life to me anyway!