Reviews and Problems with Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
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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: We bought this game for our daughters which were 4 & 6 at the time. They had a fair amount of experience with games their favorites being wii party, nick fit, and just dance kids, so its fair to say we didnt expect theyd be overwhelmed with this game and yet they were. These were the main issues they had at the time -NO SENSE OF DIRECTION: during the game they have to go to certain places and since it all kind of looks the same they found themselves going in circles for...
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: Even though this game was designed for girls a little older than my 3 1/2 year old daughter, I still think it could have been a little easier in some places. Perhaps have a choice for easy, medium, and challenging based on the age or experience of the players? The chapters featuring a different princess in each one was great and my daughter really liked how they talked to the main character like it was really her they were speaking to.
Fun but not geared for young kids like we had hoped
Erin Connelly, Amazon
3 November 2010
Summary: We searched and searched for Wii games our 5-year-olds could play and this was one that many people recommended for younger kids. The game itself is very fun for our girls (collecting jewels, completing taks the Princesses give to them, fighting off the little "trolls" with their magic wands, etc.) and they ask us to play it often but the problem is that they need our help to play.
Summary: I bought this game for Christmas for my 4 year old daughter, and it is just too advanced for her. Now granted it is my fault for not doing proper research into the control scheme, but having to use the nunchuck to walk and the wiimote to point, was just too much for her right now. That being said, she enjoyed the game a lot. I "drove" the nunchuck to walk around and she used the wiimote to cast spells, etc.
Summary: I bought this for my 3 year old daughter (she'll be 4 in April) who loves anything princess. She get a little frustrated with the controls at times but over all she loves this game. She's happy that it's a game her older brother is NOT interested in and is truly all hers. She has not beat it, she gets too distracted and would rather just run around all the worlds twirling her wand (if you get the game you'll understand!).
Summary: This game is fun and my 5 year old loved that she got to customize her character, my beef is the Bogs. I really don't see why they had to put such a scary character in a game they KNEW was going to have its target audience as 4-6 year olds (they say it's for 8-12 year olds, but not too many girls that age are still into princesses). The game has some cute mini games, and they could have added more of those and it would have been fine, they did not need the Bogs.
Decent first game for young girls, could have been so much better.
David P. Tong, Amazon
2 February 2008
Summary: Summary: Great for younger kids (ages 4-5). Older kids will find it too simple. Adults will find it buggy, overpriced and frustrating. With a brand new Wii in the house and a princess-mad 4 year old it seemed like a perfect match. And it was; she loved the game. But it could have been so much more. The game is made up of four "worlds" each with three "chapters". The difficulty and length of each chapter varies but each one takes 10-30 minutes to complete.