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    3. “Princess Debut” for the DS

    Although the name sounds like a cliché girl game, this game actually has a lot of depth to it. Players attempt to become the greatest princess in all the land. There are four different modes to play, which include the Story, Practice, Movie and Ballroom. The game plays a lot like a rhythm game. The top screen shows the princess dancing, and the player has to make the correct movements on the lower touchscreen. The game has great replay value because there are 14 unique endings. With so many endings and 18 different kinds of dance styles and music to master, this one will be keeping you busy for a while.

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    1. Aleshia Carroll

      26 October, 2018 at 9:01 pm

      Which console is good with girl games my daughter’s like vet and shopping games which I don’t see in stores.

    2. sydney

      1 February, 2015 at 3:22 pm

      Girls do like these games though, at least I do. You girls are saying that you like Bioshock and Titanfall but the sales don’t reflect that.
      Other girls: we play COD, playstation, elder scrolls, etc! We like the boy games too! We don’t like the wii or other casual games!!!

      Oh really? That’s why 80% of primary console owners chose the wii? That’s why more women play casual games then men? That’s why women tend to play big fish games and the sims instead of gta and WoW?

      Stop it! We prefer different games. I like a mixture of both, except sports and shooters, so I’m not being biased. I’m a female as well, that recognizes that men and women on average like different games.

      Having said that though, this article was terrible. Girls are more likely to enjoy gender neutral games, then the girly games.

    3. Melissa Peterson

      1 December, 2014 at 12:25 pm

      Thanks for assuming girls are only interested in casual handheld games, apart from Portal. How about deleting this insult of an article and writing a real article that has games like Bioshock and Skyrim instead.

    4. Louise

      29 November, 2014 at 10:11 am

      This article is incredibly insulting. Most games are mentioned because they have a dating or relationship aspect or because they allow you to start a family. Most are life simulators because that’s all girls care about right. Other games are included because they have easy or casual modes perfect for the busy gamer. This sentence is the one that really bugs me:

      “and girl gamers will find that the chibi-like characters are super cute”

      Really, does the author think that’s why women play video games for the cute characters. Maybe, just maybe we play video games for the same reasons as men because they’re fun, There’s so much talk about video game companies needing to reach out the the female sales decographic what they fail to realise is that they already have us. Just keep making good games and we’ll keep playing. You don’t need to keep separating us out when you talk about gamers, why do we have to be girl gamers can’t we just be gamers.

    5. Can'tbedoingwiththisAGAIN

      5 November, 2014 at 11:05 am

      What the heck, guys! Woman here, more importantly long time gamer; would probably not be interested in MOST of the above, I prefer ‘boy’ games shockingly. Either I need gender reassignment or the writer should definitely avoid work in game marketing and stick to exploiting sweeping generalizations for articles like a good derp!

      Seriously, if it’s accepted that women can like any films and books, what is this weird phenomena where we’re not supposed to like games with [insert little naughty fairy giggle here] guns and violence too. It might come as a bit of a shock, but we’re people too and our tastes aren’t THAT alien, in fact they’re as varied as yours. We know a good game when we see one. What about the guys that like this genre too?

      How uncomfortable does this type of thinking make them feel?

      Just keeeeeeep spreading the misconceptions guys, do us proud! -.-‘

    6. nonscpo

      16 September, 2014 at 8:02 pm

      Wow Im surprised by all the chibi/moe game charachters/titles on this list. I guess I agree with Hakuoki being on this list but the majority of the others seemed somewhat forced. You’d think they would add games with female protagonist like “Remeber Me” on this list, oh well!

    7. Danny Davies

      9 September, 2014 at 4:31 am

      its legal in some states

    8. Cy Walker

      9 August, 2014 at 3:02 pm

      Apart from a cameo appearance of Portal, this should be “9 Nintendo games for girl gamers”

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