Disney Princess offers young girls a chance to interact with the beloved Disney Princesses while encouraging creativity and exploration.
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Customize your own unique heroine character and take part in a fun-filled adventure through four unique levels to help the Princesses restore order in their enchanted kingdoms and overcome evil. Each Disney Princess has a unique story and magical world to explore as you discover the virtues of being a true princess- Love, Friendship, Trust, Courage and Forgiveness!
Disney Princess Enchanted Journey is rated
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Rated 5 out of
Best game on EarthI played this game as a young child. It brought me so much joy, and it still does to this day. The graphics are bright, kid friendly, and and very good for its creation period. The plot is easy to understand. The character customization options are superior to most, making even the smallest features eye-capturing. Each level is so unique to the others, making game play very intriuging.There's nothing super scary about the game and it's fun for all ages.
Date published: 2020-05-21
Rated 5 out of
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Great game!My daughter loves all of the activities and adventures on this Wii game. Very nice graphics as well.
Date published: 2020-01-17
Rated 5 out of
Perfect for young girls; my sister and I loved itGot this for Christmas when I was less than 7 years old. Me and my sisters played it many times over through the years; I'm pretty sure I could guide someone through blindfolded (though I shouldn't ever need to, the in game navigation is thorough enough without becoming annoying). We used to play it singleplayer, taking turns, when we accidentally discovered it could be two player one day. Still reminisce about a second girl seemingly coming out of the forest. (My sister was playing with the second remote and connected it.) The two player works pretty well, and does make the more difficult portions (for young players) easier. The two girls on screen do have to stay within a certain distance, so working together is needed. Comments about the second girl being a bit less active during cutscenes (story segments) are true, but these are pretty much just talking to characters. Both girls are easily customizable; my sister and I took turns being player one. Not at ALL violent, think Sophia the First. The main enemies, called 'bogs', are sorta cute green creatures that are apparently captured butterflies. Using sparkly magic on them frees the butterflies. Each princess world features different bog variations in addition to the ordinary ones, the paintbrush and clock variations (cinderella and snow white, respectively) can be a bit tricky if not defeated in a timely manner, as they remove color or slow the game briefly until defeated. They never appear in large numbers, and are not much of an issue, but starting out on easier worlds is a good idea. The end villian, master of the bogs, is a fellow princess who is redeemed after a small battle with each world's special bogs and a mini game. Then, all of the princess worlds are saved, including your own: you remember that your a princess too! Sweet, cute, and perfect for younger players. Belle's world serves as an additional mini game post-completion, kinda like tag.
Date published: 2019-06-27
Rated 5 out of
GreatGlad I gave into the 4 yr old's request. I didn't think he would like this, but he loves it.
Date published: 2018-06-26
Rated 5 out of
AwesomeThis is an awesome game. My daughter plays it all the time
Date published: 2018-03-30
Rated 4 out of
Excellent gameThe game is very enjoyable and simple to play. Disney princess characters are well rounded and the game quirks are extremely enjoyable.
Date published: 2016-07-08
Rated 3 out of
Great for Little Girls, Probably Not For Adults(Note: Please don't take my whole rating on Gameplay, Graphics, and Sound too seriously because I never know how to rate those, but with lasting appeal, it's fine. I know how to rate that one easily)
This is a fun little game that takes you to a castle that is in ruins and only you (your character) can save the day and restore the castle and the kingdom. You can have up to 4 separate profiles and when you start out, and you can customize your character. Sorry if you were hoping for a guy, because that option is not available. Your character can only be a girl and you can't change her voice and whatnot. With customizing, you can choose from a selection of generally speaking 4 options per item. (For example, 4 dress types, 4 earrings, 4 hair accessories, etc.) After you choose the item, you can chose from 8 different colors for that item. It is kind of thorough, but it's not the best for customizing characters that I've seen.
Anyway, once you start playing the game you'll have to travel to 4 different kingdoms to solve that world's problems in 3 separate levels for each kingdom. Honestly with these, at first they were fun, but now they're just a little boring for me, but I am not a little kid. The kid I babysit often loves this game, but it's not one we play often. The levels themselves are great for kids, particularly younger girls, but for adults you will most likely find it way too easy and not really challenging at all, including the hardest level. The hardest of the 4 worlds (I really want to give a thorough review without any spoilers so I don't want to say which world) is actually more annoying than anything. With the number of easy things you have to do to complete 1 level in that world, it just becomes annoying in many respects because I find myself back-tracking since that's what the adventure tells you to do. (Ex. Go to the field. Now to the forest. Oh, so-and-so knows about this. Go meet them at the field. etc.) Plus, the particular voice for that kingdom's main character is just plain annoying.
This is a 2-playered game, in that 2 players can actually play the game at the same time. It's not one of those that says it's 2-playered and then it ends up the main adventure is 1 player while the mini-games are multiple. 2 people can actually play, and can even customize their own characters, but the game's set up so that Player 1 gets most of the glory and attention while Player 2 is just a kind of there. There's literally a cut-scene at the end of a level where Player 1 is talking with the people in the kingdom, while Player 2 is just standing in the background far away and looking around at nothing.
As you probably have guessed, there's no blood, gore, or any sort of thing like that. Even the main enemies that your character will have to deal with are captured butterflies, so fear shouldn't be an issue.
This is a good game, but it's not the best in the world. I recommend this for kids, in particular younger girls, (since that was who the creators were aiming for) but some adults might like this game too. Hope this helped!
Date published: 2015-03-24
Rated 4 out of
this game is great for children to playthis game is great for children and families to play together and it helps children understand some of the princesses lives if they did not live "happily ever after."