THQ’S UPCOMING BRATZTM GIRLZ REALLY ROCK SET TO HEADLINE GIRLS VIDEO GAME LINE-UP THIS FALL
New Game Based on the Upcoming Doll Line and Animated DVD Launch Includes a Recording Studio, Makeover Station, Fashion Design Suite and Exciting New Mini-games
AGOURA HILLS, Calif. – June 16, 2008 – THQ Inc. (NASDAQ: THQI) today announced that Bratz™ Girlz Really Rock is currently in development and is expected to release on Wii™, PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system and Nintendo DS™ this fall. Based on the upcoming doll line and animated movie of the same name, the game will feature an exciting story line and a full range of activities including live music performances, a makeover station with the latest make-up and hairstyling choices, a fashion design suite as well as skydiving and miniature golf to play with a friend.
The upcoming release of Bratz Girlz Really Rock will mark the seventh title released under THQ’s worldwide interactive agreement with MGA Entertainment, the manufacturers of the widely popular Bratz™ dolls. The Bratz™ video game portfolio from THQ has enjoyed much success, with life-to-date sales making it one of the top-selling girls gaming franchises of all time.
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 of music from the 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 cut, color and curling options for new hairstyles. Exciting new mini-games include skydiving in chic aerial poses, miniature golfing across up to 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.