Consumerism and Social Statuses at Their Finest; Okay Storyline
Kim Kardashian Hollywood puts you in the shoes of a girl in LA working at a boutique, where Kim Kardashian magically appears in need of a dress ASAP! I'm kind of confused about it, because the girl (you) shows up in LA with no family, friends, and a couple thousand Cash. From there, you become a celebrity, battling Willow Pape, impressing the media, and finding contacts and dates to up your career.
One thing about this game is that there's SO much consumerism! Like, right now, there are items and partnerships that you can only get by being VIP. "Luxe Quests" also encourage the player to buy clothes from the shop. It's mostly about SPEND, SPEND SPEND.
Also, the lesson of the game is pretty disappointing. There's a list of people, and you start out as a D-celeb, and you make your way up to being a C, B, then an A (kind of an alpha level). Also, when trying to make new contacts you encounter, they ignore you based on what class you're in. For example, I try chatting with this B-celeb at a restaurant, and they ignore me because I'm a D-celeb. It's like your status defines you.
Also, this game is quite fun to play, and it's really easy to play. You're eager to become the celebrity you can't be in real life, and I guess that's what makes it fun.