Reviews and Problems with Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey
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My daughter loves it!
Ricardo Miranda, Amazon
7 January 2014
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 game is refreshingly simple and true to the princess movies. There are mini-missions that must be completed for each princess. It is very basic so it could be too easy for the older kids. My daughter is 6 and liked it alot. She completed all of the challenges quite easy. The game provides hints and support all along the way so you won't have to be glued to the instruction manual.
Summary: I got this for my three nieces (all between 5-6 yr olds). All three of them really like the princesses, and all of them have played through at least part of the game now. One of them LOVED it, picked up the movements very quickly, loved the story, the mini games, dressing the princess, etc. I don't think there is any part of this game she wasn't absolutely thrilled with. The other two...not so much.
Summary: My daughter is 5, but she is a little slow to catch on sometimes(she's a little behind in kindergarten with letters, reading, etc). I read a review that said this game was way too easy for their daughter and that she had finished the game in 2 hrs. Well, it was perfect for my daughter.
Summary: My 4 yr old daughter loves this game. We have played through it together 5 times now. For any child over 7 or 8 it would be horribly boring. This is great for ages 3 -7. There aren't enough games for this age group. We have to always play together and it is boring for me. I often "pass out" while playing with her, only to be awaken with a wii remote tap on the head. In the Cinderella area, my daughter spent 15 minutes jumping in puddles.
Summary: I bought this game for my three year old and was afraid that it would be too complicated for her. I was pleasantly surprised that she picked up on the controls as well as she did, although I certainly have to sit next to her to help her out with the aiming of the Wii remote, etc. She LOVED it - the first time we turned it on we played for an hour and I had to drag her away from it.
Summary: First of all, I cannot believe that this game has so few reviews. So, here I go. My four year old loves this game. As mentioned by others, this game does have a small learning curve, but overall my 4 1/2 year old did fine. Her older sisters helped her the first few plays and now she is fine. My seven year old likes this game as well because she is into princesses and Disney. I would recommend this game for 4 to 6 year old girls in general.
Summary: I gave this to my daughter for her 4th birthday. She really wants to play the Wii like her older siblings but finds most games too complicated. The controls were easy for her to get the hang of. She really liked that she could dress her princess any way she wanted. I definitely think that this is a good game for a 4-6 year old girl.
Summary: We bought this game for $19.99 and for what we paid, we're pleased with the purchase. Our daughter is 5 and wanted to play more games than Wii Sports or Wii Play, but really doesn't have the coordination and control to play the more advanced games with us. This game was a good compromise. She loves the fact that she got to design her own character to 'help' the princesses, choosing her physical features, clothes and jewelry.
Summary: I bought this game as a Valentine's Day gift for my 4 1/2 year old daughter and she loves it. I have to help her play it and limit her to about 1/2 hour a couple of times a week so she doesn't get addicted.