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Bratz The Movie (Wii)

Bratz The Movie (Wii)

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One of the main aspects of the game is designing outfits for the Bratz girls to wear as they try to make it big in the fashion industry.

The upcoming talent show and its scholarship prize gives them the idea to bring all the cliques together again with a musical number, but the chances are slim with Meredith's constant attempts to steal the spotlight.

Issue 1 is based on the TV episode, 'Not So Hot for Teacher' which, if interested, can be watched on YouTube. This chapter teaches players the importance of empathy and responsibility, as they work together to make a positive impact in their community.

Bratz (also known as Bratz: The Movie) is a 2007 American teen comedy film based on the fashion dolls of the same name from MGA Entertainment. While these mini games provide a break in the overall tedium, it's hard to enjoy them because of the camera, which has the turning radius of a rusty pinto with a broken steering wheel. They also try to get the other schoolmates to socialize outside their cliques, but their attempts fail when Meredith's second "Super Sweet 16" party ends disastrously where she accidentally smothering by her own cake and falling into her own pool with her friends.

Meredith, the extremely controlling student body president, wants everyone to belong to a clique, and goes about organizing students. 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. Bratz: The Movie is a popular game for the Game Boy Advance that is based on the popular Bratz doll franchise. A film soundtrack entitled Bratz: Motion Picture Soundtrack was released on July 31, 2007, through Geffen Records. Pocket Gamer heavily criticized the game and stated that it felt that it was released too early and that "There are some nice ideas at play, in particular where it attempts to break down the social barriers that beset children in secondary education, but as a game it's far too vacuous to recommend.



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