Good game for kids, but very short and not much variety
23 September 2013
Summary: My daughter beat this fairly quickly, but she really enjoyed playing it. However, the replay value is minimal because everything is so simple and repetitive. Regardless of what activity your princess has to accomplish, she has only two venues open to solve it: twirl magic and ... I forget the other kind. Shooting magic from your wand, I guess. Those actions do everything from lighting candles to defeating imps to ... well, everything else.
Summary: We bought a Wii console for Xmas 2012 and bought this game. Our daughter is 5 and loves princesses but this is too difficult for her. You have to read, and figure out where to move, just too many steps for her. This is her first gaming console so maybe for a child that is used to various games, this game would be better.
Summary: This video game is probably for very young girls. My 8 year old wanted this video game and finished it within a couple of hours. She liked it but never played it again. This game would be higher rated if it had more of a challenge to it. However, if your little girl is a Disney Princesses fan, it should be in your library.
Summary: This is the 2nd installment in the Disney Princess game series. We own both and the first game has been played more times than I want to remember. The same as the first game: Easy game play- I have seen kids as young as 4 figure out the game play. There is an easy path of gems to follow so you never get lost. The motions that you need to make to cast spells are very simple to make as well.
Summary: Bough this for my 51/2 year old for xmas. She likes it, but its still quite a tricky game as there are lots of captions to read and are hard for her to understand the game instructions, but we'll get there together!