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Parents' Guide to

Bratz Super Babyz

By Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 8+

A mediocre game starring lipstick-wearing babies

Game Nintendo DS 2008
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What you will—and won't—find in this game.

Community Reviews

age 2+

Based on 1 parent review

age 2+

Wholesome and innocent game that even a toddler can play

Is It Any Good?

Our review:
Parents say (1 ):
Kids say (2 ):

With their puffy, glossy lips and oversized celebrity hair, the dolled-up baby dolls that headline this game are somewhat disturbing and provide young girls with inappropriate ideas about how they may want to make themselves look. That said, their behavior is actually quite commendable. Most missions see them helping animals and people, like one in which the player must find a carrot to feed a lost bunny, and another that has players throwing rubber ducks at a bully to get him to leave another kid alone.

Unfortunately, the game suffers from inconsistent levels of difficulty. Some missions involve little more than running a quick errand (in essence, moving a Bratz character from point A to point B) while others, such as a dungeon-like maze filled with traps and secret bridge switches, require advanced problem-solving skills. Worsening matters, the game is buggy. The camera sometimes swings through walls and into buildings and objective markers occasionally fail to appear on the map. We even encountered one instance in which a required item simply disappeared, forcing us to quit the game and restart the mission.

Game Details

  • Platform: Nintendo DS
  • Available online?: Not available online
  • Publisher: THQ
  • Release date: February 26, 2008
  • Genre: Girl
  • ESRB rating: E
  • Last updated: November 4, 2015

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