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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit
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What parents need to know
Parents need to know that Monster High: Ghoul Spirit is based on the successful line of Monster High toys and book series, as well as an online Web series. This game features all of the main characters and allows players to create their own 'ghoul' to join the cast. Players get to explore the ghoulish world, which comes across as cute and fun despite being all about ghosts and monsters. There are a variety of mini-games and puzzles for players to solve, making the entire game varied and enjoyable.
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What's it about?
MONSTER HIGH: GHOUL SPIRIT is based on the popular Monster High franchise, which exists as a line of dolls and toys, a book series, and an interactive website including a Web series. Players get to interact with all their favorite characters, solve puzzles, and partake in mini-games, all of which are themed around the cute world of ghouls and monsters that has been developed so well throughout the Monster High product lines. The focal point of the game is the open-world interaction with other characters and the customization of the player's in-game character.
Is it any good?
Monster High: Ghoul Spirit earns points for its varied gameplay. That is, players can customize their character, engage in a variety of mini-games, and interact in an open virtual environment with other characters. There are several components to the game that help to keep it fresh and interesting. However, each of these components isn't very deep, making the end result a variety of basic gameplay mechanics rather than one cohesive design. That being said, the Monster High theme is prevalent and extensive, so any fan of the franchise will likely enjoy what this game has to offer.
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