Reviews and Problems with Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
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Not good for a 4-year-old
Erin "Editor's opinion", Amazon
2 June 2012
Summary: I have a number of issues with this game, which I bought for my 4-year-old niece. I played the whole thing myself first so that I could help her (boring for a 26-year-old), and I found the controls difficult to use. For example, it says to raise the controller and then lower it to use magic.
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.
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.
Summary: Purchased this for my 5 yr old. The game is very non-intuitive. It's just sponging off the Disney Priness name. I (her dad) tried it myself and I've played MANY video games w/o picking-up a manuel with no issue. But this one is not designed well. It's not easy to follow at all.
Summary: Purchased this game for my 6 year old daughter after reading all the wonderful reviews. Game is cute and fairly easy, but it is full of bugs. Everytime we get to a part in the story line that has a mini game, we have to reset the game and start again.