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Rated 0 out of 10 by A Customer spice girl reunion
not having played the game, i will say that i believe that the entire concept behind the bratz products is to condition young girls to be rabid consumers. besides the toys themselves, Bratz push make-up, clothing, shoes, and other materialistic things on girls. of course there is a movie and videogames. bratz will transcend all boundaries to make money off teen-wannabe girls and tweens. i wonder if they get anything from make-up companies or clothing lines like forever21 for creating the perfect generation of future consumers. i can't imagine the game will be all that good simply because it doesn't have to be, it'll sell.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Stupid five year olds on wow Oh dear...
Sigh... Let me tell you about bratz... I am a 34 year old man I have two lovely children and a wife. One thing I know about parenting is to never let your kids buy bratz it is inapropriate for children a bad example for young girls it just teeches them to be bratz and for once when my 10 year old daughter went to camp I rented a bratz game to see if it was ok and it was horrible I am a huge video game fan and its not good and they keep making new bratz games sigh oh well atleast my kids are never going to be involved in bratz :)
Rated 10 out of 10 by musicbby Life long bratz fan
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. They're amazing(: