Parents' Guide to

The Cheetah Girls: Passport to Stardom

By Jinny Gudmundsen, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

Good music game, but with fame and fashion themes.

Game Nintendo DS 2008
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While the game emphasizes such shallow themes as fame and fashion, it also encourages tweens and teens to read the story. Two of the three games require girls to use their memory skills to play. Plus, girls can play together with either one game cartridge or two.

Fans of the Cheetah Girls will be thrilled that this video game features five songs from soundtrack of the new movie, plus five from the Cheetah Girls' first two movies. Plus, this game cartridge can also turn the DS into a music player. Girls can listen to the Cheetah Girls songs on their DS by selecting the song list option and plugging earphones into the closed DS.

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