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Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams DS

Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams

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DS

Genre:
Adventuring

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Here is my musical review of Hello Kitty: Big City Dreams on the DS, I've called it 'Hello Kitty'.

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There are lots of nice little puzzles in this game, they've pitched it well at the kiddy market. My favourite one was 'Resturant Dash' in Tuxedo Sam's resturant, presumably inspired by the game Diner Dash (which I haven't played).

Frankly I found racing rats for cheese in a Pac-Man-style arcade game mildly perturbing, although that seems to be a favourite with others. The dancing game is fun but I was shouting at the screen in the fashion shop game, failing miserably to pick out the right outfits. Generally I would have liked more puzzles in each part of the city, but then perhaps I've been playing too many computer games and hence have a tiny attention span which needs feeding continually with ever-evolving entertainment...?

Did you Ever Have a Dream

Hello Kitty, hello kitty, won't you take me to your pretty little world
She goes to the city, she goes to the city, "goodbye mum and dad don't look so sad"

She says "did you ever have a dream when you were young like I am?
Did you ever want to see all that, all that you could be?"

Hello Kitty, hello kitty, you're rather nifty, I'm quite addicted to you
She loves the city, she loves the city,
though I wish I could control her without giving her a seizure
She says "did you ever have a dream when you were young like I am?
Did you ever want to see all that, all that you could be?
Did you ever have a dream when you were young, young like I am now?
Did you ever want to see the world and if you could hold it and if you could hold it?"

I go dancing with Dear Daniel, I jump rope with the Little Twin Stars,
I play baseball with Pochacco and play in the arcade with Kerrobi,
I take Kurrinin's boat out on the lake and serve dinner at Tuxedo Sam's
And then I go home, then I go home, then I go home (to her penthouse apartment)
I've made it all my own, I've made it all my own,
I've made it on my own (with a little help from her friends)
And then I go home, then I go home, then I go home

Written by Rebecca Mayes

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