The Bratz Girlz are headed to the Nintendo Wii, PS2 and DS this fall, as THQ this morning took the wraps off of Bratz Girlz Really Rock.
Based on the upcoming doll line and animated movie of the same name, the game will include a variety of activities such as “live” music performances, a makeover station with makeup and hairstyling choices, a fashion-design suite and mini-games that include skydiving and miniature golf.
In the Bratz Girlz Really Rock video game, fans can visit Camp Starshine as Cloe, Jade, Sasha or Yasmin. While at the summer camp for performing arts, players will befriend an accomplished ballerina and join with her for the performance of a lifetime in the camp’s talent competition.
With that context, it makes total sense to learn that the gameplay will involve a recording studio, which will let them “practice” for the competition. Or, players can go on stage for a guitar or keyboard performance of music from the DVD movie soundtrack.
The makeover station, meanwhile, will let players use lipstick tubes and blush brushes to apply the latest makeup to their characters, while cutting, coloring and curling their avatar’s hair.
The mini-games mentioned earlier, skydiving and miniature golf, will be accompanied by plot-appropriate diversions such as playing the guitar or keyboard in a recording studio and dancing.