Reviews and Problems with Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
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Daughter loves it!
27 February 2014
Summary: This game keeps my 5 and a half y-o busy, she plays it two or three times a day. She really enjoys it, and I don't mind hearing it, the character voices are great, they sound like the movie to me, there's a little soft background music and occasionally a chime sound when she does the task at hand. She's able to navigate through all the different scenes without a problem, she likes changing her avatars' appearance and if she's happy I'm happy lol, win-win !
5yr Old Daughter & 6yr Old Son... second time around was better
Mommy of 2, Amazon
25 January 2014
Summary: Originally, we tried this game about a year ago, and couldn't get the hang of it... as we hadn't use the nunchucks often enough. We tried this game again about three months ago and my daughter seemed to enjoy it. The dressing took pretty long, so limiting her time to switch to her brother's game was a little difficult at first, but she learned to choose faster ;) Learning aspects...
Summary: I gave this game to my daughter when she was almost 3 years old. The game is very simple, and she enjoys watching the stories every time a princess is found. Most of the movement in the game is done through the nunchuck, and the spells are done with the wii control. Both are easy to perform by a toddler. There are no super computer graphics or great plot behind this game, but for small children is good enough.
Summary: This is the game for girls. It has beautiful graphics and nice dialogue. The Wii remote detection is right on. I am thinking of getting another title of the same series. Fun game & highly recommended.
Perfect game for daughter, parent needs to play as well for young ones
Aus "Aus", Amazon
31 October 2012
Summary: My 4 year old daughter loved playing this game. It is by far her favorite game. If your daughter is familiar with all of the Disney princesses, such as Snow White, Cinderella and Little Mermaid, she will be having the time of her life exploring the various princess worlds. The game has the action and play of a role-playing game, but in a way that is gentle for young children.
Summary: Purchased for my 4 year old daughter. She enjoys the game, can understand the instructions and play without much assistance. She loves that you can change the outfits, jewelry and such. This is the first game she has ever played on the Wii. It's a good simple game for little girls. Especially for those learning to use the controllers. We purchased a mini remote and nun chuck for her at the same time.
Summary: This game is perfect for your 4 year old, if your 4 year old happens to be 13. My daughter is 5 and loves princesses. She wants so deperately to play this game, but the controls are un necessarily complicated. Instead of enjoying her tiime with it, she is frustrated, cries, and begs for help. The game uses the numchuks, thumbstick, A, B, Z and pointing when as the Dora games show, you can do everything with just the wand and the 2 button.
Summary: I bought this game for my 4 year old after realizing the PC version I had was not compatible with WIN7. Overall, the game is very detailed and challenging. It is hard for her to play by herself because it requires use of the nunchuck. I would have preferred all actions to be through the WII remote. I would recommend this game,as I do believe it is worth the money for the hours enjoyment your child will have exploring the princess worlds.
Summary: After two times sending the game back we gave up and decided to get a refund instead of an exchange. My granddaughter enjoyed playing it until it stopped and kept shutting down the Wii system. Too bad too because their are not a lot of games for girls.