Bratz: Girlz Really Rock (video game)

Bratz Girlz Really Rock

Cover art of Bratz Girlz Really Rock
Developer(s) Blitz Games, Barking Lizards Technologies (Nintendo DS)
Publisher(s) THQ
Platform(s) PlayStation 2, Wii, Nintendo DS
Release date(s)

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  • NA: October 13, 2008
  • EU: October 31, 2008
  • AUS: October 15, 2008
Genre(s) Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

Bratz Girlz Really Rock is a video game of the Bratz franchise. This game based on the doll line and film of the same name.


Gameplay of Bratz Girlz Really Rock follows on from the series. Four playable characters (Cloe, Sasha, Jade and Yasmin). Blingz do not appear in this game however are still rewarded after completing a task, they still act as money for buying items with. The phone has changed in this game with a new look, including a new mobile phone menu, you can still read messages, as well as use the home feature, however finding out your objectives can only be accessed through messages send to you. The player can again adopt a pet (cat or dog), however in this game players have to find pets to adopt them, once you find your first pet, your pet finds other pets to which you can choose to adopt. Your pet can also find photoshoot positions to create a photoshoot with. Characters coins do not appear in this game.

New features in the game include being able to sky dive, play golf, learn to dance, play the keyboard and the guitar, as well as a more expressive fashion designing studio. The ice rink was not included in this game. This game includes only two locations to explore, Stylesville - which has been remade and unlike other games in the series Danceheaven Plaza is not included in the game. Camp Starshine is the other location to explore where most of the story takes place.

Key features

Characters: Yasmin, Cloe, Sasha, Jade, Kumi, Koby, Bryce, Kaycee, Siernna, Eitan, Katia, Phoebe, Roxxi, Kirstee, Vinessa, Cade, Cameron, Liona, Dylan & Anna


The game has received mixed reviews. Varying from each platform. The most positive was towards the Wii edition. The PS2 version was met with more average reviews. However they felt that the Wii and PS2 versions were too short, repetitive and dealt too much with button combinations in learning songs and dance moves. While the DS version was met with mixed to negative reviews. Stating that they felt the game was repetitive and just wasn't interesting enough to play through.

Professional ratings
Review scores
GameZone[1](3.6/10) [DS]
IGN[2][3](5/10) [Wii]
GameFaqs[4](5.1/10) {4}
Game Vortex[5](38/100)


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