Style Savvy: Fashion Forward

by Nintendo | Nintendo 3DS

Style Savvy: Fashion Forward is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 1.
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Platform: Nintendo 3DS
Category: Simulation
Publisher: Nintendo
Developer: Nintendo
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Manage your own boutique, design clothes fit for a fashionista, style some wicked hair, master the art of make-up, and even become the next top model. The world is your runway in this fun fully outfitted fashion game.

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    Rated 3 out of 5 by from A bit disappointing, but still fun. I started the series a bit late since I started playing fromTrendsetters and quickly found myself addicted to the game, completely fell in love with the in-game mechanics of the night and day time as well as the happiness effect with the moon and all, however when I came across style savvy fashion forward I came in with hopes of everything that I had seen from before, hoping it would be at least of a challenge to unlock the things around the town.. But instead you find yourself unlocking everything within an hour of the game, and it just seems that the game just kinda hands them to you rather than working for them. Along with this, the game has excluded the day-night effect as well as the happiness effect and to me that was everything , it made it more rewarding to have that instead fashion forward took the normal approach of a normal time based game and no night effect, you kinda have to work for your customers to show up, men's clothing is gone..but they added earrings? On the bright side, the game has a ton more other content to offer like Amiibo capability, tons of new jobs, creating clothing and more, so I'm not bashing the game I just wish the game had kept the tiny features that made the game worth it and just added more, but oh well, overall the game is alright, it's still fun and I still would recommend it if you are a fan of the series, but this is only my opinion and to each their own.
    Date published: 2016-08-22
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