Based on the upcoming doll line and animated movie of the same name, the game will feature an exciting story line and a full range of activities including live music performances, a makeover station with the latest make-up and hairstyling choices, a fashion design suite as well as skydiving and miniature golf to play with a friend.
The upcoming release of Bratz Girlz Really Rock will mark the seventh title released under THQ’s worldwide interactive agreement with MGA Entertainment, the manufacturers of the widely popular Bratz dolls. The Bratz video game portfolio from THQ has enjoyed much success, with life-to-date sales making it one of the top-selling girls gaming franchises of all time.
In the Bratz Girlz Really Rock video game, fans can play as Cloe, Jade, Sasha or Yasmin as they glam it up at Camp Starshine, a summer camp for the performing arts. When the girls befriend an accomplished ballerina, they join together for the performance of a lifetime in the camp talent competition. Players can practice in the recording studio or go on stage for a live guitar or keyboard performance of music from the DVD movie soundtrack. The makeover station provides players with realistic lipstick tubes and blush brushes to apply the latest make-up trends as well as cut, color and curling options for new hairstyles. Exciting new mini-games include skydiving in chic aerial poses, miniature golfing across up to 18 holes, playing the guitar or keyboard in a recording studio or live on stage, as well as dancing in a studio or performing on stage.
Bratz Girlz Really Rock is currently in development on Wii, PS2 and NDS, scheduled for this fall.