THQ’s Bratz Girls Really Rock Jams Into Retail Stores Nationwide for Wii, PS2 and Nintendo DS

October 13, 2008

Bratz Girls Really Rock Jams Into Retail Stores Nationwide for Wii, PS2 and
Nintendo DS

Players Can Rock It Out in the
Recording Studio, Glam It Up in the Fashion Design Suite and Compete in Exciting
New Extreme Sport Mini-Games

THQ Inc. today announced Bratz Girlz
Really Rock has shipped to retail outlets throughout North America. Based on MGA
Entertainment’s much anticipated new doll line and animated DVD movie of the
same name, Bratz Girlz Really Rock is available for Wii, PlayStation 2 and
Nintendo DS. The game is rated E for everyone and is now available for the
suggested retail prices of $29.99 (Wii) and $19.99 (PlayStation 2 and Nintendo

Bratz Girlz Really Rock is the
newest addition to the highly successful Bratz video game portfolio released
under THQ’s exclusive interactive agreement with renowned Bratz dolls
manufacturer, MGA Entertainment. The Bratz video game brand remains one of the
top-selling girls’ gaming franchises in North America.

About Bratz Girlz Really Rock

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 to music from the Bratz Girlz
Really Rock 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 the ability to cut, color and curl in order to create new hairstyles.
Exciting new mini-games include skydiving in chic aerial poses, miniature
golfing across 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.

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