Princess Natasha: Student - Secret Agent - Princess Image
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  • Summary: Princess Natasha: Student, Secret Agent, Princess It’s a sunny and quiet day in Illinois when all of a sudden Natasha's booferberry rings...It's King Carl, her dad, calling to tell her that something strange is happening in Zoravia. The citizens look dazed, wandering around in a trance, likePrincess Natasha: Student, Secret Agent, Princess It’s a sunny and quiet day in Illinois when all of a sudden Natasha's booferberry rings...It's King Carl, her dad, calling to tell her that something strange is happening in Zoravia. The citizens look dazed, wandering around in a trance, like zombies. It's time for Princess Natasha to put on her Secret Agent outfit and, with the help of her brilliant friend Oleg, save the citizens of Zoravia! [Destination Software] Expand
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  1. The game is lacking on the basic requirements that all games must have but it does possess the most important to it's target audience, fun.
  2. 45
    This title plays poorly. It's hard to maneuver Natasha, monotonous to continuously destroy the same enemies over and over again, and difficult to deal with the hit detection to get that destruction done.
  3. We never expect much from licensed video games. They serve a purpose -- generally to reap the financial benefits of an eager-to-buy fan base -- and that's okay. But somewhere in these games there needs to be an actual video game. In Princess Natasha, there isn't one.