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New Style Boutique takes the fashion series to the 3DS. In this FamilyGamerTV, my young daughter explains to me how the game works and shows me the ropes.

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New Style Boutique Hands-on Family Review 3DS Review

FGTV: New Style Boutique Hands-on Family Review

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3DS

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Strategy

Style:
Singleplayer
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New Style Boutique takes the fashion series to the 3DS. In this FamilyGamerTV, my young daughter explains to me how the game works and shows me the ropes.

We gain an insight into the appeal of this game, even for someone who doesn't play many games and we see whether the appeals translates from Girls to Boys, we see how much depth and long appeal this game has and what skills it demands and develops in younger players.

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Written by Andy Robertson

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