PS2 games for girls
Category: Computers > Games
Asked by: lfnforever1-ga
List Price: $6.00
11 Nov 2006 06:20 PST
Expires: 11 Dec 2006 06:20 PST
Question ID: 781862
I would like 5 recommendations (with a brief summary of reasons for their merit) of PS2 games for my 8 yr old daughter's Christmas present. She likes The Sims 2 and is quite 'girly'. I'd prefer multiplayer games which she could play with her friends. Thanks.
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Re: PS2 games for girls
From: mdsanta-ga on 12 Nov 2006 09:39 PST
KATAMARI DAMACY ALL THE WAY http://ps2.ign.com/objects/606/606672.html it is a highly addicting and simple game, has multiplayer as well. THe playstation Eye toy also seems like a good investment http://ps2.ign.com/objects/617/617087.html ape escape http://ps2.ign.com/objects/708/708901.html
Re: PS2 games for girls
From: dirtbiker1121-ga on 13 Nov 2006 18:20 PST
The Incredibles A family of undercover superheroes, while trying to live the quiet suburban life, are forced into action to save the world. Use your superpowers against bombs, bullets, robots, and lasers. Your enemy controls them all. The only way to survive being The Incredibles is to truly be incredible Shrek 2 Shrek 2 takes you on a twisted fairy tale adventure with Shrek and his buddies. Revist key places from the movie sequel while discovering all-new locations and characters. Shrek 2 combines squad-based action with traditional action-adventure elements. Players can control their team of 4 and play as Shrek or any of his 10 friends, switching between them to best utilize each character's unique abilities to solve puzzles, fight monsters and complete wild and dangerous advenrtures. Finding Nemo In summer 2003, Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation will present the theatrical release of Finding Nemo. The film follows the undersea journey of a clownfish named Marlin as he searches for his missing son Nemo. The games will follow the movie's plotline and allow kids to play as the film's key characters and interact with the film's amazing 3-D underwater environment. Tarzan Tarzan?s peaceful world falls under siege as a mad Victorian scientist and vicious poachers descend upon the jungle to brutally capture his animal allies. As the primal action hero Tarzan, you must rely on your raw animal instinct and extreme action skills to maneuver through the dense jungle and rescue your animal friends. Chicken Little Inspired by the ?movie within the movie? finale of Walt Disney Pictures? box office hit film ?Chicken Little,? Disney?s Chicken Little: Ace in Action features Ace, the superhero alter ego of Chicken Little, and the Hollywood versions of his misfit band of friends: Runt, Abby and Fish-Out-of-Water. The crew faces off against Foxy Loxy and her evil Amazonian sidekick, Goosey Loosey, who have an evil plan to take over Earth. Battle evil alien robots through multiple levels across the solar system and combat your foes in one of three distinct game play modes: Ace on foot as a soldier, Runt as the driver of an armored tank, or Abby as the pilot of a spaceship.
Re: PS2 games for girls
From: dreallink-ga on 15 Nov 2006 02:09 PST
Cars I personally haven't played this game, but from reading the reviews and giving recommendations at work (blockbuster video), the movie is cute, as well as the game. The game is based off of the movie, making the game a racing game. However, there are different modes of play for the younger kids and those a little older as well, that way all can have fun. Plus, there's a love story involved between two of the cars. Definitely for younger kids. ;) http://www.gamespot.com/ps2/driving/cars/review.html The Sims 2 Pets (1 Player) If she likes The Sims games, and Sims 2 (given), then I'm want to say that she will possibly like Sims 2 Pets. You still run around being a human and doing all of the regular sims activites as in Sims 2, but in Sims 2 Pets, you can now have pets that you feed and play with, and you can teach them tricks, take them to town, etc. So, this might be a definite one to pick up considering she likes the sims, and if she likes animals/pets too, then even better. However, downside, only 1 player. Happy Feet (1 Player ?) Another animated game based from an animated movie that comes out this week in theatres. I have not seen nor played the game yet, but the movie looks very cute. It has a love story between the main character Mumbles the penguin, and the most popular lady penguin Gloria. Mumbles can't sing like the rest of the penguins, but he can dance, so he's basically on a quest to try and win Gloria and be accepted by the rest of the penguins. I'm unsure as to how many players are allowed because there is a two-player dance-off competition (http://www.gamecrazy.com/games/game.aspx?id=10966), however I believe it would be a good game nevertheless. Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life Special Edition (1 Player) The difference between this game and it's predecessors of the series is that you are now playing a girl character. You have to start a small farm and make it successful, all while doing the chores and finding love. Karaoke Revolution OR Karaoke Revolution Presents: American Idol You will need a microphone(s) for this game. Basically you get to sing alone or with your friends and what the game tries to present to you as a real life stage, and the lyrics print on screen if you don't know the words. The American Idol verison however does not come out until sometime in December, hopefully before Christmas, if you think your daughter might be into singing. Over The Hedge You play as one of the three main characters from the movie. Your opossum friend has been kidnapped by an exterminator and you and your friends must go rescue your friend, and save the forest and other animals from harm. Basically, another cute game based from another kid/family friendly movie. We Love Katamari You're basically a ball, called a Katamari in the game, and you roll around trying to roll up as many objects as the King tells you to roll up to make either another star or planet, depending on the size of the ball you make. The game has 'interesting' I guess you can call music, but more so random beats and squeaks with a background tune. The game might not sound all that great, considering you're only rolling around towns and random places picking up objects and if you get big enough, people, but it is highly addicting. Enjoyable for any age, definitely will keep one occupied. ;D I know I added in 1 player games too, but just suggestions. Good Luck.
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