Reviews and Problems with Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
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Small kids with good dexterity
30somethingDad , GameStop
19 September 2010
Summary: I bought this game for my 3-year-old daughter, thinking "hooray, I finally get to put my PS2 to use again for the first time since getting married!" She didn't really have the thumb dexterity or timing down well enough to do more than watch. It's hard for her to connect the concept that what she does with her fingers controls the character on the screen.
Summary: Well suited to an intelligent 5 year old girl. Good level of challenge without being overly frustrating. After some initial supervision she was able to play this on her own. Whilst completed within a few days it has proven to have enduring appeal.
Summary: I bought this game for my granddaughter as she has just started school and she loves Disney Princess. My daughter did not mention the state of the game to me until I asked her about it as she didn't want to disappoint me. The disk is so badly scratched that it will not play at all. I know it did not cost a lot of money but I am so unhappy that I have purchased this from Amazon and it is only fit for the bin.
Summary: I bought this one as I was looking for a PS game for my 7,5 year old daughter. She has been asking me for a girlish game, one her brother would hate, so she could have had some time to play on her own. The game is excellent for this reason. She enjoys it very much and loves playing it with her friends. It is not very difficult and has lots of different actions and tasks. I’m happy I purchased it.
Summary: My daughter is 6 and she can play and compleat the game herself. She plays it every few weeks and enjoys the game, it might seem repeitive but she likes it. The graphics are pretty good and the games easy. Weel recomended for a princess loing child who doesn't need to read yet.