Technically, Nintendo is giving us the opportunity to purchase Style Savvy: Styling Stars on the 3DS on December 25 and not just giving it to us, but it’s a joyous gift nonetheless.
This is me, 43-year-old bearded man Mike Fahey, taking a short break from being a fashion boutique manager, hair stylist, makeup artist, clothing designer and interior decorator in Style Savvy: Fashion Forward. I can’t imagine how I found the time.
This is not sarcastic excitement. Every since I was assigned to review the original back in 2009, Nintendo’s fashion design series has been my jam, and Style Savvy: Fashion Forward looks to be the best of the bunch.
Nintendo just announced that 3DS title Style Savvy: Fashion Forward, the third game in the Style Savvy series, will be out in North America on August 19 and Disney Magical World 2 will hit the 3DS on October 14.
As you know, pop diva Beyoncé has teamed up with Nintendo to help promote a DS game. This is that game's TV commercial, which for anyone around the age of 30 has a surprising conclusion.
Nintendo's partnership with pop diva Beyoncé comes to fruition, as five new pieces from her and her mother's Deréon fashion line become available for download in Style Savvy for the Nintendo DS.
Beyonce nails sitting on a couch with a DSi. But not so much her interview afterward.
Pop diva Beyoncé has renewed her partnership with Nintendo of America, but this time she's back to shill more than Nintendo products: She'll be shilling her own, too.
Join Kotaku's tallest, broadest, and hairiest regular contributor as I explore the world of retail fashion design with Nintendo's Style Savvy for the Nintendo DS.
Social networking/online game, Fashion Fantasy Game, surveyed over 2,500 teen girls to see what they want for Christmas this year. The answer? Cash. I guess they've finally grown out of that I-want-a-pony phase.
As if the mall couldn't be any scarier this holiday season, Nintendo is setting a Nintendo Holiday Mall Experience for shoppers to try out mid-mad dash.
Nintendo's women's-fashion-shop game for the DS was called "Girls Mode" in Japan, signal enough that it's not for macho men or the gamers who want to play as one. But there are design ideas in Style Savvy any gamer should know about.