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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Jun 26, 2008.
10 All the way! Whoo!!!
american girl hey... does that mean she puts out?
Everyone just needs to know one word (Is it a word?), THQ.
"No these kids aren't French; they're American."
Kudos to anyone who remembers where that is from.
Is American Girl the name of the franchise or is it plastered across the front of the game as a selling point?
"Starring an American Girl! Safe for Conservative Christian children! Guaranteed 100% minority free!"
I reckon it's the latter; the way it's plastered across the front is so shoddy.
So, is it even worth me asking, anyone know if this is any good or got screen shots? (I know I could use standard search methods, but I'd rather not know than find the info myself )
Americans girls are a mystery challenge for me. One is conservative and blabla, and the other is a slut. Always a mystery challenge to get an American girl.
better than hotel dusk
American Girl is a brand name of (extremely expensive) dolls.
Did Julie ever find her way?
I like how the afro-american girl is from 1864...slavery was still legal back then - coincidence?
Edit: okay, so she and her family are all determined to be "free"...that website still gives me a headache
That's it. Following your link got me to this American Girl Movie:
So this game is based on a movie based on books based on dolls based on... well, that should be it.
I just went to that god forsaken American Girl site and I have to say the game they have on there would make a good basis for a DS game, given some deeper gameplay it could even be fun.
Also, is it just America that finds it necessary to put their nationality in titles of things? American Gladiators, American Girl, America's Next Top Model, American Idol, etc.
England has recently started doing the same, but our TV has always tried copy American TV, well, at least anything Rupert Murdock own does.
From now on, you shall be known as "American bunnybreaker."
If you go to the online store, you'll note that the doll clothes cost about as much as real clothing does. And you can actually buy real clothing for your kids that match the doll clothing. It's all quite frightening. I've actually been to the store in Chicago. I still have nightmares sometimes.
The stories of the dolls (particularly the historical characters) are actually quite detailed and deep considering the target audience.
So has anyone actually tried the game?