• Göran Isacson

    A game taht turns otaku into fashionistas. As strange as it sounds, I think I kind of admire what they’ve created here. If the game manages to work in all the different ways the Nintendo people want it work in, I for one will be very impressed.

    • puchinri

      Haha, that’s a good point. Although, I suppose it would be fashion otakus that are most interested in the game rather than the general gaming otaku~?

  • Krystal

    This game is AWESOME. I started playing it last night and it’s much more in depth than the first one. It worked out some kinks making everything easier and simple. The clothing improved greatly and so did many other areas of the game. A++++!

  • Muffinheadicus

    I bought this game. Paid $40
    Worth every single penny.
    Awesome game.
    Im a MALE.
    I know little or nothing about fashion. But, i found this game to be the most fun i have had on my 3DS Xl so far.
    The excellent use of 3D and so much content in this game.

    I got the game hoping that it would teach me a thing or two about fashion. And, it is doing exactly that.
    The game shows you how to coordinate an entire ‘look’ when you dress up. I learned more in 2 hours playing this game than all 20+ years of reading GQ Magazine.

    Thank You Nintendo!

  • Doctor Nebula

    I played this so much on my DS.
    There’s just something magical that happens when your customer has that perfect outfit.

  • PersonaSpace

    I’ve been playing this all day since I’ve downloaded it. So may improvements over the original! And yes, I’m also a male fan of the series.

  • Rolling Guy

    Dammit. So much good games coming out. My money’s drained already…

  • Mrgrgr and Unacceptable World

    Have been keep playing the demo here and man i am hooked lol. Everytime when i see a first rank in contest, it makes me happy here.

    Even though, feminime category still trolls me to no one here.T_T

  • puchinri

     Hehe, it’s fun and interesting to understand what everyone’s mentality was. Even though I think that’s a bad mentality to have when it comes to sales and fashion especially, but Yamagami has such a fun way of looking at it, it doesn’t sound too bad.

    It’s great that they have Drumcan and Atom to turn to and reference as well, because their mentalities certainly fit more with what I would want to see reflected in the game.

    I’m still sad that I’ve yet to get my hands on the first game, but I’ve enjoyed the Trendsetters demo thoroughly and can’t wait for the game. ♥

  • DrPik

     Found some 3D screenshots of Style Savvy at http://www.3ds-screenshot.com

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