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Princess Debut by Natsume




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Princess Debut is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: Natsume
  • Developer: Natsume
  • Category: Music & Party , Dance

Product Details:

The main objective of Prey the Stars is to eat everything in sight and to attack your opponents. Each of the games colorfully-themed stages are cleared by devouring as much as possible before time runs out. The player with the highest score at the end of the stage is the winner. Each player scores points by eating and by sucking in "spirits" which are hidden in some objects. The bigger the item, the higher the score!

In the game, you find yourself in a fantasy world where you have 30 days to get ready for the big ball; you'll have to master a variety of dances and pick a partner from one of six charming princes. You'll meet and woo the princes of your dreams through the game's large, branching storyline and involving event system. Once you've convinced a prince to be your dancing partner, it's time to go out on the dance floor! You'll use the Touch Screen to guide your character gracefully across the dance floor while matching your partner's rhythm. All of the dances in the game are taken from motion-captured professional dancers, so the game is just as impressive to watch as it is fun to play.

Princess Debut offers four modes of play including Story, Ballroom, Practice, and Movie. With 20 outfits to find, 14 unique endings to experience, and 18 different kinds of music and dance styles to choose from (including Waltz, Latin dance, Tango, Ballroom, and much more), there's no shortage of things to see and do!

Do you have what it takes to win one of the prince's hearts?

  • Gameplay is easy to pick up but fun and challenging to master!
  • 4 modes of play!
  • Tons of accessories, music and locations to unlock!
  • A huge variety of paths and endings for outstanding replayability.!
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from I LOVE it! Basically you've traded places with your twin from the flower kingdom because she can't dance. You need to find a prince to be your dance partner and practice for the ball 30 days away. Along the way you can unlock new magic asseccories, learn new dances, and go on dates with multiple princes. A lot of the the game is dialouge, and what you choose to say and do affects the outcome of your game. It only took me 3-4 hours split between two days to finnish one story mode, but there are 3 save files and 6 princes so you can keep playing to unlock more dances, asseccories, and photos for your album by replaying with different princes. Movie mode lets you watch your dances that you would normally miss during game play because you don't have to concentrate on getting the moves right. The dancing is pretty easy and done with the stylus though. Ballroom mode is like a mini game and you move up to different levels, and you can earn prizes like new asseccories. The magic asseccories transform your costume too. Overall I love it and I just got it brand new from game stop yesterday.
    Date published: 2012-02-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Strangely Addicting To be honest, in all my years, this is the last game I would ever pick up, Going by appearance and frilly and 'feminine', and like at only 'dating' game, you'd think it'd be bleh. I'm a tom-boy, and I usually go for more of the hardcore rpgs, but this took me by surprise. It's addicting, because the romance is addicting, and to be honest it's a nice release. The music is simply charming (and I think I want to learn some classic dances now that I've played it) and the dances aren't overly complicated but still a challenge. It's easy to play, but casual and a nice break from some other harder to play and more mentally taxing games. The graphics aren't super amazing, but it has a unique anime-like style to it. Natsume games tend to cuter and this game doesn't break the tradition. The different personalities of the bachelors in the game are wide-ranged and actually pretty realistic (although, they're lacking the 'outgoing jerkface' character. Don't worry, there's still a lone wolf XD). So I give it a 9, because it's worth it. XD
    Date published: 2011-07-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Whimsical! I got this game a long time ago and played it most every day. The music on it is great, and the story line kept me playing again and again. There is usually a good amount of plot for every boy you woo; and even I found some extra scenes after saying something different from usual (say, not becoming a prince's girlfriend and staying single at the end). The game play is great; with some practice you become a master dancer. The only con on the game is that the graphics are a little on the bad side, but over all this game is definitely worth the buy if you're into sweet romance!
    Date published: 2011-05-25
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to master, yet difficult to complete This game is great! I'm a pretty picky buyer, and this is so far the most cheapest, yet most fun game I've bought (except for Pokemon). Well actuallly the game gets really boring for a while when you just beat the game since there is no post-game or anything. You have to restart the game. But after you play it later, you will find that you would like to collect all of the accesories (I still have 1 left), and that you also would like to fill up your picture diary. You might also want to aim for the gold in ballroom mode. This is a nice game, it will last you for a year. I'm pretty pleased with the game, you may not feel that way but you will. This game may have a little too less romance and adventure for some of you, and I don't blame you. I kind of feel the same way sometimes.
    Date published: 2010-02-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love This Game I really loved this game. I learned about it when my cousin let me borrow it and i played it like 24/7. You are a girl and you dance with guys and a rabbit to different songs and enter in compotitions. I loved how you would get to choose the guy YOU wanted to marry. I would play this game over and over again i loved it so much. The main thing of this game is to dance, with compitions and get someone to dance with. The main thing you use is the DS stylus. As you go up in levels, it gets more challenging and harder, becuase you are at a new and higher level. you also unlock new clothes and dresses you can wear when you enter compotitions, and you also unlock new contest arenas and new songs. I like the songs because some you might know and some you might not, but if you play the game alot you will get those soongs stuck in your head (and that is a good thing) I would recommend this game to people who love princesses and dancing.
    Date published: 2009-12-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Every girl's dream coming true Princess Debut is what i call a wonderful game! You so many princes to choose from and to make your partner. You have the side stories, the events, and of course the dancing! I love the dancing! its so fun! What i really like about the game is the fact that you cant beat it easily. There's no quick way to the ending you have to work to get there! I would recommend this game to those of us girls who keep finding ourselves wishing we were a princess! but remember you cant say what you want and get away with it, you have to be considerate, kind, caring, and of course passionate! The princes are people who you need to get to fall in love with you before you can think of dancing with them! i love the game's music and dances! I couldn't waltz if it meant my life! but in the game, you can dance a waltz with ease!
    Date published: 2009-09-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fairy Tale Come True Princess Debut is an excellent game for gamers of all ages. It uses the stylus as the main means of playing the game. The stylus is used to swipe the touch screen in certain ways to make your character perform ballroom dance moves. The story is very captivating as well. You are a young girl who is bored with life and who gets taken to another world where she swaps lives with a princess. It is then up to you to rehears dances for an upcoming ball as well as charm a prince into taking you. Besides playing Story Mode, there is also Practice Mode, Movie Mode, and Ballroom Mode. Obviously, you practice any unlocked dances in practice mode. In movie mode, you can watch the dances without having to do the movements and miss most of the dance. In ballroom mode, you play through all the dances in a sub group, like latin for examplt, and get prizes for completing the dances perfectly. There are also 14 different endings in Story Mode, and the story can change drastically depending on how you answer certain questions or react to certain people, but there is always a happily ever after! The music in it is very good. The songs used for the dances are real songs, such as Carmen and Swan Lake. The controls are fairly simple, yet very fun. The graphics are also good. The dancers actually perform the dances as they would be done in real life, like a waltz or a tango, so it is very fun to watch those as well. This is a very great game that anyone can enjoy for a long time.
    Date published: 2009-06-08
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from highley recomended this gorgeous game is a great example of the many fun uses of the touch screen feature. graphics: you might find the graphics on this game quite pixily at times espesally during the dancing cut-scenes that is my greatest mark down. but the characters faces on the contrairy are beautifully detailed. sound: the songs in this game are extreamly simple much to my displeasure there are mearly ordered bleeps and bloops. no recognisable instumants. there are few sound effects clapping,twinkling,ect. storyline:I loved this creative storeyline a uncourdenated princess of the flower kingdom calls on an average schoolgirl to serve as her body-douple to dance at the ball. you have 30 days to find a suiter to dance with you. overall: as much as it seems i bashed this game i really loved it! i would highly recomend this games for the age group 7-13 this is a entertaining role play.
    Date published: 2008-12-31
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