Bratz Kids: Slumber Party for Wii
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The winner is comment #9: Jenn S.
I’ll be honest, I’ve never been a very big fan of Bratz mainly because of the way they dress. I’ve never approved of little girls trying to look older than they really are. I’ve even turned down product review requests in the past that dealt with Bratz.
So when the opportunity to review Bratz Kids: Slumber Party for Wii was presented, I hesitated. However, when I went online to check out the characters this is what I found: “Jade is really respectful, Sasha is very dynamic, Yasmin is self-confident and Cloe is sweet – and of course they’re all sparky, adventurous and cool.” Hmmm . . . not bad at all.
From the site: “Yasmin is hosting a sleepover. As our 4 girls look through Yasmin’s photo album, they remember all their craziest times together and embark on an adventure based on each of the memories in the album! Explore the adventure mode or dip in and out of a series of fun mini games where you customise your favourite Bratz Kidz characters. You can also make a delicious pizza for your girlfriends, take stylish photos, create your very own clothes and much more in this sassy sleepover!”
Basically, you play a series of mini-games and activities where you earn “stars” which can be later used to purchase clothes and accessories for your character. There are over 350 accessories options including hairstyle, make-up, manicure, clothes, shoes and jeweler. Once you complete various mini-games, you’ll unlock exclusive scenes from the Bratz Kidz Sleep Over Adventure DVD.
I really enjoyed playing the Pillow Case Hop and even earned a few stars which allowed me to check out some of the clothing options in the Bratz Kids Shop. The ones that I saw were pretty conservative - no mini-skirts or bare mid-drifts. However, I wasn’t able to view all of them so I’m not sure what else was in their closets.
What I really liked about this game is that you have the option of selecting to play as a team rather than against each other. I thought this was a great way to enforce teamwork and cooperation and it made it much more enjoyable for our family.
So, if you’re willing to give Bratz a second chance, check out Bratz Kids: Slumber Party for Wii. It changed my mind about this cool group of girls.
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- Just stop by The Game Factory before midnight, Dec 18th and view their games.
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