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Winx Club Saving Alfea 


I rented Winx Club Saving Alfea so Family Friendly Gaming could have a review of it. Let me start of by telling you, Winx Club Saving Alfea is not worth the price of a rental. Let alone the thirty dollars (before all the overtaxation) it is being sold for on the Nintendo DS, and Nintendo 3DS. I rented the 3DS version and played it on my 2DS.

The girls want to throw a party, so they each have to play in side scrolling 2D levels. One level of just running around and jumping without any offensive powers. The second level with all kinds of magical attacks to murder off all the demonic looking monsters.

That was the first of three level screens in Winx Club Saving Alfea. The second had three levels for three characters, and so did the third screen. In those we could pick one of the two girls to play as. Winx Club Saving Alfea was a difficult game for me to play for a variety of reasons. The repetitive game play design is one of them.

I feel that Winx Club Saving Alfea tries to appeal to girls and boys. The problem is it winds up reaching neither gender. The Winx Club is more for girls. The violent game play will appeal to the boys. Girls wont play Winx Club Saving Alfea because of the violence. Boys wont play Winx Club Saving Alfea because of the feminine nature of the characters and storyline.

The graphics in Winx Club Saving Alfea are small. The story is extremely short. Winx Club Saving Alfea can be beaten in one to two hours. The enticement to lust issue is found within this hand held video game. The violent nature will also raise eyebrows.

I recommend families pass on Winx Club Saving Alfea. Your money could be used for much better purposes than purchasing Winx Club Saving Alfea. There are a few collectibles that are interesting. I wish that had been fleshed out more in this hand held video game.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: Nintendo DS/Nintendo 3DS(tested)
Publisher: Little Orbit
Developer: 1st Playable Productions

Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY
{Mild Fantasy Violence}

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