Reviews and Problems with Let's Play Ballerina
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Not designed for dancing or for kids
J. Spica, Amazon
25 June 2011
Summary: I am so dissapointed by this game. My 4 year old received it for the wii for christmas. She is not really great with the eye hand coordination yet, but we thought she would enjoy dancing and we could help her with it. Unfortunately there is no actual dancing in this game (at least for the just remote version).
Summary: I purchased this for my daughter based on the back of the game, which described things like choosing a tutu, putting on lip gloss and dancing.... all things she loves to do. What it actually does is subject you to cheesy over the top dialogue/back story, locked costumes and boring "lessons" that have little to do with dancing at a GAME level. Terribly disappointing...
Summary: This was given to my 6 year old daughter, who is very competent on video games. It has WAAAAAY to much dailog, and it is all WRITTEN dialog, so it is not for young kids because parents must sit there and explain everything. It very very vaguely resembles a sort of Dance Dance Revolution or Rockband idea because you have to hit the dots on the right beat, to make the girl dance correctly- but it is poorly executed.
Summary: Please do not buy this game. It is awful! My daughter wanted this game because she is taking ballet classes. This game has a lot of reading before you can actually dance. Also, this game is geared to girls over age 8. It states that you can do this with the remote----not true. You really do need the balance board which costs another $[...]. I returned this game to ToysRus and replaced it with another game.