Much like the original, Road to Fame is both a mix of family-friendly multiplayer games and a solo adventure
It’s always a bit tougher for hardened gamers to review games that are obviously for a base younger crowd, but at least having had two daughters I’ve gotten a sense of what has appealed to them over the years. Road to Fame is absolutely a “more of what worked” sequel to the original, offering up both solo and multiplayer fun, but certainly with some guardrails that make it skew more to the casual side of the fence overall. As with most collections of mini games some work better than others, there’ll be some you cheer for, and others you’ll groan about. What’s nice is that those same mini games are dispersed around town tied to the game’s single-player adventure that will pit sister against sister in the race to run around town trying to get more followers on social media than the other. It’s light, not too terribly taxing, and probably would be some fun for the younger set or folks who are newer to games.
Justin Nation, Score: