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florecita

How long does it take for me to step up to something more than a beginner in the fashion contests? I have won first place like six in a row I think. So I was wondering if I still have a lot to go to step up to the next level.

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I think i play further a little bit. I really like the game. What did you do after you beaten the game?

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Tardygirl81

I did the same thing. I actually have fun changing the makeup and hair color to match the outfit.

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florecita

YEAH! Awesome! I moved to the next level in the fashion contest. There seems to be the trend that if you win several rounds in first place and then you get some cash as an award, then you win the title. Pretty straightforward.

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MAB

Has there been moments during the game when a customers butt looks way too big in something but you just tell them 'nah you look fine and that dress brings out the colour in your eyes'... Do you tell them lies just to get the sale

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SCRAPPER392

Can you use the mic to say, 'lookin fine girl!'. Haha, I was just seeing what the heck is going on in this thread... Do you recommend this game for guys? Is there missions and stuff? I don't really get how this game works.

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Tasuki

SCAR392 wrote:

Can you use the mic to say, 'lookin fine girl!'. Haha, I was just seeing what the heck is going on in this thread... Do you recommend this game for guys? Is there missions and stuff? I don't really get how this game works.

I was thinking the same thing lol. I am not sure if this is a game for guys or what but NL did a review (and it was a guy) and it got an 8/10. Its here if you want to read it http://www.nintendolife.com/reviews/3ds/style_savvy_trendsetters maybe if they have a demo of it I might check it out.

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SCRAPPER392

Haha. Ok. At least it will be on the eShop for insta purchase if I want to be trendy right away! Haha. I was never into these games much(The Sims type)... but maybe this will change my mind.

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SCRAPPER392

Ya, a demo sounds like a good idea for sure.

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Tasuki

@Scar392: After reading the review it kinda sounds to me anyways like Harvest Moon gone fashion world lol. Now I am interested in checking out this game going to see if there is a demo for it and if it sounds as good as I think it does I might have to go and get a copy tomorrow. I am just going to feel a bit odd buying this game but it is Christmas time so I dont think people will think to odd of me buying. Probably will think I am picking it up for a sister or girlfriend or something along those lines lol.

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SCRAPPER392

Ya I suppose. I get so mad at Harvest Moon, because I always mess up. There never seems to be a good strategy for that game, and see so many wasted years go by in a couple hours. Haha. I only played Wonderful Life on GCN, and my plants always made less than what plants I grew in terms of seeds. I could never figure out how to get farm animals and get them to do stuff to benefit the farm.

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Tasuki

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Ya I suppose. I get so mad at Harvest Moon, because I always mess up. There never seems to be a good strategy for that game, and see so many wasted years go by in a couple hours. Haha. I only played Wonderful Life on GCN, and my plants always made less than what plants I grew in terms of seeds. I could never figure out how to get farm animals and get them to do stuff to benefit the farm.

All I have to say to that is walkthroughs are a beautiful thing.

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SCRAPPER392

Haha. Ya... I looked up some stuff, but I still couldn't do it in the unrealistic amount of time to do enough in the game. I think games need to have at least 10 times the amount of time of day and night, especially Zelda games, but Harvest Moon would probably just need 5 times as much. Winter comes in 10 days in that game, doesn't it?

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Tasuki

It depends on the Harvest Moon game you play. I have only played the first one on SNES and than one on PS2 I think it was called Save the Homeland or something like that. I dont remember the SNES game too much but iirc in the PS2 one the seasons were a month long. Not sure on the GC one since I have never played that one.

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Ok so I picked up the shopping spree demo and I have to ask is that all this game is about is buying outfits and showing them off?

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theblackdragon

the shopping demo isn't really a good demo i don't think — the fashion show demo is much more along the lines of what the game is all about. if you're not attempting to match a theme for a customer in your shop to sell an item or outfit, you're attempting to match a theme for the contests to win. you will have to shop the way you do in the shopping demo in order to find the items you'll sell your customers, but that's kinda the humdrum in-between stuff IMO.

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Tasuki

Ah ok. Than I guess I will download the fashion show demo. I was a bit confused there and I couldn't understand what all the rave was about this game. Ok going to give that demo a try than.

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No, that is just one of the Demos, and it is the one I played. However, there is another one which I think involves working in the shop - that one arrived in the European eShop last week, but I believe it's been available in the US eShop for several weeks.
If you read through some of the earlier pages of this topic, you'll get some idea of what the game is about. It mainly involves running a shop, purchasing clothes from wholesalers, satisfying the demands of the customers in your shop (both female and male customers), and entering style/fashion contests. There are many other minor aspects of the game to make it varied. It probably suits female players best, but a lot of men and boys are playing it and having a load of fun. I suppose you could call it a fashion based strategy game, and I think a lot of detailed thought and work has gone towards making it a game one could play for several months. I understand the fashions will change with the in-game seasons.
I suggest you read the very good review on this site written by a male reviewer, and try both available Demos. Have fun.
Edit - Pipped at the post!
TBD is obviously much better informed on the Demos than I am. I just played the 1st European one before moving on to purchase the game.

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Tasuki

Thanks for the info Mowzle. Yeah I did read the review and as I do enjoy these type of sim games. The fact that it deals with fashion doesnt bother me for me its the game play and type of game it is. Thinking that if I enjoy the demo alot I might rent this from GameFly.

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Tasuki wrote:

Ok so I picked up the shopping spree demo and I have to ask is that all this game is about is buying outfits and showing them off?

oh no not at all! that's only one part with the online fashion mall.

there really isn't a good demo to show what the game is REALLY about.

I'm very excited because its winter time in style savvy! new fashions to buy x3

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