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.
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.