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  • Summary: In Bratz: The Movie, based on the Bratz fashion doll line of the same name, players join the girls with a Passion for Fashion as they hit the red carpet, rock out in explosive music shows, strut the fashion runway and publish the hottest magazine ever. When their hard work lands them the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to star in their own movie, players experience all of the glitz and glamour of becoming real movie stars as they play as Cloe, Jade, Sasha and Yasmin and experience character-specific adventures. Featuring favorite moments and music from the TV series, the game allows girls to enjoy a new height of fashion, music and adorable pets. Gameplay includes enhanced pet features such as pet swapping, pet mood detection, and the collection of various pet palaces. In the Wii version, players will utilize the Wii Remote to strum guitar strings to create their own music, as well as apply make-up and take pictures. [THQ] Expand
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  1. Accessible interface allows younger players to pick up and play. The game does seem to lack a lot of diversity and save points can be a problem in that you have to accomplish certain tasks before you have access to the save point.
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    Parents and fans should know that the biggest issue with the game is not its lackluster gameplay or ho-hum graphics and sound. It's the negative message sent to young girls, which seems to be that it's better to coast through life rather than working hard.
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  1. MarcusL.
    Nov 5, 2007
    My daughter has the new Wii but my niece just has the older PS2. She loves this game that we gave her for her birthday!
  2. NatalieB.
    Nov 24, 2007
    I have recently purchased this game for my 5 yr old. It claims it is all ages. It involves reading and a 5 yr old can not read yet!!!! therefore NOT all ages. She is Bratz crazy, but this game fails to keep her enthralled. Frustrated maybe!! The only thing she has so far found exciting is the fact that you can buy a pet. It is so boring it takes you ages to be allowed in any part of the game. It is a silly, narrow minded and badly formulated game. Expand