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Great if you have a little princess at home,
This review is from: Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey - Nintendo Wii (Video Game)
I have a kindergardener at home you loves just about anything with disney princesses. This is her absolutely her favorite. This game is clearly directed at little girls and hit the mark dead on. You play a s princess in training and you wave the Wii mote as a wand. My daughter loved the fact she can perform magic to help out her favorite princesses. As a parent, I play along side her and my joy comes her enjoyment of the game. If you have a little princess at home then it will be hard to disappoint with this game.
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Initial post: Nov 13, 2007 2:05:20 PM PST
Thanks for the review. I've been debating between this one and Barbie Island Princess for my 4 1/2 year old. Are there many minigames on Disney Enchanted Princess?
In reply to an earlier post on Nov 14, 2007 11:44:48 AM PST
Allen W. Marshall says:
The only "minigame" is the Belle adventure...which is really just a shorter version of the rest of the game.
Once it is beaten the game has no replay value except for those that want to do the exact sames tasks over again.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 10, 2007 11:32:19 PM PST
Kristopher D. Knoop says:
Once completed, can the girls go back and change what princess they would like to be? Does each princess have a different "training" and tasks to complete?
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 4, 2008 11:35:42 AM PST
Play starts as a little girl (that the player 'designs') who is basically a princess in training. Each princess (Ariel, Jasmine, Cinderella, and Snow White) have 3 'chapters' in their world with tasks to complete (around 3 short games w/in each chapter). The princesses worlds have varying complexity (in the order listed above), but none are overly difficult. Once a player completes all of the chapters in each of the princesses worlds, then Belle's world unlocks and they can play one mini-game (basically like one of the tasks in the other princess chapters). At that point, the player returns to the castle (where the game starts) and has to defeat the evil princess Zara (in 3-4 short games) to restore the castle to its' prior beauty/glory. Once that is complete, the player becomes a princess (costume changes, etc) and she joins the other princesses in their portrait. That's basically end game.
It is possible to play again and to change the appearance of the 'princess-in-training' but the game/tasks remain the same each time. HTH!
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