Summary: I'm 16 and I've been a big fan of bratz since they came out. They teach young girls to be unique and don't follow all the trends but be a trend setter, also that friends and family are important. The individuals who came up with bratz just wanted to spice them up so they were more appealling to younger audiences. So please, don't diss bratz.
Summary: I purchased this game for my 6 yr old, she loves the Bratz. This game requires alot of patience moving around the Bratz girls. You have to use your Wii remote as a pointer to move the Bratz girl around and if you dont move the remote just right you will get stuck in corners or the Bratz girl runs into things. I feel they makers of the game should have allowed you to control the Bratz girl with the arrows on the Wii remote instead of pointing it to the tv screen.
Summary: This is a horrible game, this was rented for my daughter (5) and after 20 minutes of frustration trying to get a bratz to inline skate we packed it in. We figured if adults can't play this game what chance has a kid. This was clearly a game that was rushed out the door. At the time of writing there is 1 other review on amazon which gives this game five stars, it must have been written by one of the game developers.
Summary: This game was amazing! I got it for Christmas of 2007. I played this game all night every night until finally I finished it. This game has a variety of interesting activities for you as one of the Bratz: Jade, Sasha, Cloe or Yasmin to do. They have to take pictures, make dog treats, design clothes, etc. This game would be good for ages 11+. Unless of course they don't have an interest in Bratz.