12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Plenty to keep 6 to 9 year olds quiet,
This review is from: Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey (PS2) (Video Game)With our newly aquired Playstation 2 for xmas, my two daughters (6 and 9yrs) were rather excited to be able to play this one or two player fantasy game together based on all their favourite Disney princess characters. Each could create a fairy with fancy clothes and independantly (if you have two controller pads) guide their fairy around the several kingdoms restoring colour back into the world where evil goblins and magic cast by a wicked witch has driven the encharted world into a drab grey world. Each world shows a different scene ie Snow White, Ariel, Cinderella or Alladin etc and you are required to complete several games within each of those areas.
Each section is either easy, medium or hard and can be chosen at will and there is plenty of exploring to do in each 3D landscape (there are quite a few). The graphics are nicely drawn with plenty to do with puzzles and interactive games using maths skills and eye to hand coordination that keeps busy minds active. Once each level is done and there are many to complete there is also a locked Belle game towards the end. Those familiar with Disney stories will have an edge on what to do and how characters like Grumpy or Happy can help you on your way. This is nicely done with good interaction and characterisation from each of the scenes and the puzzles are non too taxing that would certainly not put off younger children with a little guidance. There is even a training school inside the palace where you can try your magic wand, spells and attempt to try and fly before heading for your quest first. It's all rather charming.