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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit - DSi by THQ

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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit - DSi is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 7.
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  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Developer: THQ
  • Category: Simulation

Product Details:

After creating and customizing their own scary-cute avatars, players will be able to hang out with Frankie Stein, Draculaura, Clawdeen Wolf, Lagoona Blue, Cleo de Nile and the entire Monster High student body as they come to the Wii and Nintendo DS/DSi game systems. Monsters new to the campus will embrace all their freaky flaws in seven brand-new episodes that have been created especially for the first-ever Monster High video-game experience.

From homeroom to extra-curricular activities, Monster High fans will socialize with students and discover new secrets - and even an all-new character who comes to Monster High for the first time in the video game. As they explore the campus, players will engage in special assignments that let them explore the open-world setting of Monster High. Whether they're haunting the hallways, practicing their fear-leading, or learning scary new facts in class, their ultimate goal is every ghoul's dream (or nightmare): to be crowned "Scream Queen" at the Terror Under the Sea Dance.

Different actions and accomplishments will affect their rise to spooky stardom, making Monster High Ghoul Spirit a different experience every time they play on the Wii or Nintendo DS. Immersing themselves in Monster High, they'll interact with students and teachers from the hub of their very own locker, which they can personalize with stickers and accessories earned throughout the game experience, and even communicate on their own iCoffin, a smartphone-style device within the game.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Its good..... This game was good i dont like some of the monsters and im a little bit sad that you can only choose from 2 outfits and that its the same 2 outfits for every monster that you create so it dost go with the monster's pesonality but the game dose last a fair amount of time and for me the classes were fun i feel like this game should have been a little less than $20 maby somthing like $13.....
Date published: 2015-07-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad game a waste of time. this game is horrible nothing fun in it i watch my step-sister play it sometimes its just a bad game i can tell you that.
Date published: 2012-10-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from waste of money i personally don't like this game at all. all the characters tell you to do is to talk to so and so or grab something like shoes or lip gloss. and if you or your kid wants this game it is a waste of money.
Date published: 2012-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from OMG!!!!!! I LOVE THIS GAME!!!!!!!!!!! I AM AN ULTIMATE FAN!!!!!!!! I RECOMMEND THIS TO OTHER KIDS MY AGE!!!!!!!!!!! LOVE!!!!!!!!! :)
Date published: 2011-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My girls will not stop playing this! They love it so much I will probably buy another DS and copy of Monster High for Christmas just so the two girls can each have their own!
Date published: 2011-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sweet! I am SO excited! I don't have it thats why my ratings are random. I really excited to get the game! I am a HUGE fan of theirs and have been waiting FOREVER for a game to come out, and finally it's out!
Date published: 2011-11-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Mediocre at best-- only for very young gamers. TL;DR (Game Informer-style stats) Total Score: 4/10 Concept: meet and connect with all the Monster High characters. Graphics: blocky, pixelated; as if they were trying too hard for their CGI capabilities Sound: repetitive midi-style music and unoriginal, redundant phrases every time the characters speak to you Playability: easy controls, though with awkward angles, and overly simplistic missions make this easy for anybody over the age of ten, and boring for most over the age of fifteen Entertainment: a one-track game with a series of absurdly easy missions Replay Value: moderate to low Now, being a fan of the Monster High dolls, I had high hopes for this new DS game. Unfortunately, when it came out, I was ten bucks short so I waited five days and got the game on Sunday. I turned on the game and was almost immediately disappointed. There were six possible monster types for your character-- an impressive number, to be sure-- (Gorgon, Werewolf, Mummy, Vampire, Zombie, and "Mash-up Monster", a Frankenstein-like creation) but from there, only three faces, and only three hairstyles, and none were very nice looking. There were then two outfits to choose from, which, unlike the faces and hair, are universal across the species. They, too, were pretty terrible. The graphics weren't great, but then, I figured, this was only character design; it must look better if the gameplay was smaller. Upon starting the game, I continued to be disappointed. The whole point of the game is to fill twenty-two "relationship gauges", which signify your popularity, to become Scream Queen of the Terror Under the Sea Dance. "Popularity is everything", as the booklet says-- not exactly a great message for the young target audience. Besides that, the graphics were AWFUL. Everything was blocky and pixelated. I held out on my final opinion, though, until I'd finished the game-- which took me four hours, a shorter time than any respectable video game should ever last. The episodes were all one-track, and if you followed the directions as necessary, it's impossible to lose. You can't even deny Toralei, the nasty catgirl, because you have to do what she says to move on with the game. You have to pull the mean pranks she suggests-- which you know are awful if you know, for example, that Cleo de Nile is afraid of the dark, or that Draculaura hates meat and blood so much she faints when she sees it-- and then you have to help your friends out of their respective predicaments. The episodes themselves are simplistic to the point of boring. You have to help each of the six main characters with something, take five classes, and unlock your own "Freaky Flaw" episode, based on the monster you chose at the beginning of the game. This is the only thing different about the replays. Clawdeen needed a new outfit, stat! Somebody else was wearing the same outfit! So you're sent running around the school retrieving different articles of clothing from different people to save Clawdeen's day. Ghoulia Yelps had a problem with a teacher who didn't speak zombie, so she had to make sure he learned it. You have to leave a book and an mp3 on the subject with the teacher, among other things. Frankie shorted out several things in the pool area, so you have to fix it, along with Holt Hyde's mp3 player. Draculaura needs to make a new dress to meet Clawd. Cleo needed several errands run about so all her homework gets turned in on time. Lagoona had a conflict between sports and homework, so you have to run around carting notes between her, Coach Igor, and the Headless Headmistress Bloodgood. The "Freaky Flaw" episodes are thus: the gorgon has to play what amounts to a bad Simon game on a recorder to charm the snakes on her head. The werewolf has to make herself a pair of gloves before the Terror Under the Sea Dance to hide her claws. The mummy has to make a potion (created by Ghoulia) for her wraps to magically re-wrap themselves, just in case-- everyone knows a mummy has to have at least one bandage on at all times or they dissolve into dust. The vampire has to dodge "sun spots" while making it all the way across the football field. The zombie has to go around a certain path in the school before time runs out, as zombies are super-slow. Last but not least, the "Mash-up Monster" has to run across the football field, much like the vampire, except instead of dodging "sun spots", you're trying to go through three "lightning spots" on the way across. The classes are obnoxiously simple; in Mr Hack's Mad Science class, you have to make a series of 3-ingredient potions. In Mr Where's Drama class, you have to reassemble posters of various parodied plays-- nine pieces each-- before time runs out. In Ms Kindergrubber's Home Ick class, you have to "make" several plates of food by making various cutting and stirring motions. In Mr Mummy's Clawculus class, you have to keep count of a Zombie Flash mob going in and out of three classrooms for about thirty seconds. In Coach Igor's Physical Deaducation class, you have to throw a dodgeball with several zombie students and knock a certain number over in three or fewer throws. (I got them in one.) There are a few other things that happen; for example, the Headless Headmistress asks you to check out the locked Music Room, where you meet Operetta, practicing. However, there are three other characters that are on the "relationship status" list-- Abbey Bominable, Spectra Vondergeist, and Jackson Jekyll-- who you never even interact with. Abbey is in Study Howl, Spectra is in the Creature's Lounge, and Jackson, presumably, is changed into Holt for most, if not all of the game, as you interact with one and not the other. Those three characters, along with Operetta, were the ones I was most curious about-- but of those, the player only gets to talk to Operetta.
Date published: 2011-11-02
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