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Lovely Lisa And Friends

Platform(s): Nintendo DS
Genre: Casual
Publisher: TOMY Corporation
Release Date: February 2010

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'Lovely Lisa and Friends' (NDS) Announced - Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 12, 2010 @ 9:01 a.m. PST

Lovely Lisa and Friends is a fashion doll simulation game that enables girls to explore their style and develop a variety of skills that teach them successful working habits. For the first time, players can take advantage of the Nintendo DSi camera functionality to customize a variety of outfits that reflect their personal style and taste.

Lovely Lisa and Friends delivers socially responsible gameplay that teaches girls how to be their best, while working hard and having fun. Players can explore their own creativity and personal style by utilizing the Nintendo DSi camera functionality to take photos of real world images and apply them to a variety of outfits to dress Lisa. Players can also enjoy time with other characters as they swap outfits with Lisa’s two best friends, Alice and Maria, as well as participate in mini-games that include helping mom with shopping and cooking and putting furniture together with dad. To top it all off, players can partake in the idol game to dance their socks off, and earn Lisa points to buy clothes and accessories as they get ready for the Heart Hills Idol Pageant.

“With the success of Lovely Lisa on the DS, we have refreshed the popular girl’s property with new DSi functionalities, making Lovely Lisa and Friends a great complement to the line of girl-friendly dolls and games,” said Mark Shinohara, executive vice president and COO at TOMY Corporation. “Lovely Lisa and Friends brings true fashion doll play patterns to the DS and DSi with wholesome and suitable content that both young girls and their parents can enjoy.”

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