Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey - Nintendo Wii
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- Make use of special magic as you move through four enchanted worlds
- Enter into Belle's world and meet Belle and Lumiere as an unlockable bonus
- Get rewards for successfully achieving goals
- Experience a variety of wonderful mini games
- Team up with a friend in cooperative gameplay
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Top Customer Reviews
For us, that skill improvment, combined with her glee at interacting with the princesses, was worth the price.
Neither of them are expert video game players and generally prefer sim-like games such as Harvest Moon and Animal Crossing. They loved the game play of Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey but it was over within 2 1/2 hours...and part of that included customizing their character before the game started.
For $20 it might have seemed like a good purchase, but at twice the price it is a disappointment.
Essentially, it would be a good game for very young children who have short attention spans, but any older than 5 or 6 and it's just not worth it.
Hopefully Disney Friends for DS will provide more replay value.
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. You could easily complete the game in a couple of hours if you tried so we rationed our daughter to one chapter at bedtime.
Play requires the nunchuk - you move around with it and press the Z button to interact, and that's difficult for a 4 year old to grasp. Fortunately the "cross" also moves the character, so the parent can hold the nunchuk and help the player move around.
Similarly the two player mode requires a second nunchuk. Be warned that if you try to start a two player game without a second nunchuk you'll end up having to reset the game. Bug.
You start by customising your character. That's rather like building a Mii. You can go back and change your outfit during the game, but the path back to the changing room isn't obvious to a kid (it's the other staircase).
Having done that there's a simple training exercise to show you how to use the remote. Since it's supposed to be a magic wand there are three ways to wave it and cast different spells. This is the only part of the gameplay that makes use of the Wii's unique capabilities.
In each chapter there are objectives to accomplish which involve playing mini-games. The mini-games are weak and typically involve following a sequence or moving a container to catch falling objects.Read more ›
-You meet and help Ariel, Jasmine, Cinderella and Snow White, good amount of Princess interaction.
-Storyline is explained verbally, your child doesn't have to be a great reader to follow the story and directions.
-Using Wiimote as a magic wand
-Gem trails are used to show where to go next, and the helper pixie reminds you where you need to be heading to complete the next task.
-Mini-games in each chapter emphasize following directions, pattern recognition, and use of both nunchuck and Wiimote.
-After game is complete, you can go back and replay mini-games if desired.
-Game is rather short. Playing and completing 1 chapter a day will finish the entire game in 2 weeks.
-Bogs are a little scary at first, and the head bad lady 'Zara' you meet after completing all 4 princesses could be scary for some children.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Such a great game! works perfectly fine. Little sis loves it! easy to play game for children.Published 2 days ago by John Hennemyre
The granddaughter has has so much fun with this since Christmas.Published 13 days ago by Terry Davis
Bought it for my 4 year old niece who loves Disney princesses. She loves it, not frustrating for her to play. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Vernazera Miyasato
I bought this for my four year old and she absolutely loves it!! Some things are a little difficult for her to figure out but it's a perfect game for younger kids to wander around... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Heather Nance
My daughter LOVES this game. Even used it came in excellent condition. Thanks so much!Published 5 months ago by Jackie Storace