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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by Tempbot, Aug 31, 2008.
^^ndsrelease-3590^^Contributed by DieForIt
Why do games like these get licensed by Nintendo..
Why do people even consider to spend 45 euro's on a game like this, if they can get Mario or Zelda or any other great DS game for the same price..
Just why ..
i'm with you... but it's all marketing! We are both european, and I wonder if this isn't one of those video games from a serie for little girls.
When i saw my niece with Disney Friends i were like: "Who the fuck spent 45 euros on this crap game?"
Same applies here La fée de merde
Third european disappointed here...
4th European and very disappointed.
I really don't think it's aimed at us, anyway.
unless you are around three years old
THAT GAME IS HORRIBLE
I couldn't have imagined a fairy tale DS game like this. Expecting a cinderella game in the next few months i suppose?
Lillifee = Wee
Hey! Somebody said something intelligent!
Let the lynching commence!
How can you dare, nintendo, liscensing shit like this?
And if you won't stop, then please tell me, why?
I juuust waaannaaa knoooow, whyyy?
True, but if I had kids, I would NOT give 'em a game like this..
I would give 'em Super Mario, or even better, Super Princess Peach, and not these crappy games..
Sod off guys, or maybe it's beyond you to understand that games solely aren't created and marketed directly at your demographics. It's a kids game, so are any of you here four years old? Then stop your bitching. Those of us with little kids can appreciate that the DS offers a lot for them.
And I can tell you have no kids, GJ. Otherwise you'd know the difference between something like this and handing a four year old New SMB.
Anyway, for anybody with a legitimate interest in this game, it's not a bad one for children maybe three to five or six years old. I've seen a lot of supposed 'kids games' that can be tedious and challenging for adults. This one requires no reading, with big colorful graphics, plenty of voice overs and simple yes/no menus that are perfect for a child too young to be fully literate. They really dig the types of mini games here like painting and the card matching. My only problems are that some of them require too much precision with the stylus, to the point where it started wearing on my patience so no kid will tolerate it. Also a couple games involve blowing in the mic, which had me light headed after a minute or two so a little kid with a fraction of the lung capacity is certainly going to fail at them.
As long as there's someone out there who would get them, it doesnt matter what game they make.