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Monster High: Ghoul Spirit - Nintendo Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Everyone
4.2 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews

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  • Become a ghoul and attend Monster High to perform creeptastic tasks, build a freaky-fab reputation and vie for the prestigious title of Scream Queen
  • Strive to be an ogre achiever by going to class to earn ghastly grades
  • Perform scaretastic assignments such as a hair trim for Clawdeen or leading the spirit cheer
  • Snap a photo of yourself with your DSi camera to ghoulify your own image (DSi camera required, not included)
  • Create a ghoul version of yourself with custom outfits, hairstyles and skin colors, complete with your very own freaky flaw to develop your very own sinister style
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Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii

Product Description

Do you want to be the new ghoul at Monster High?

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It's never easy being the new kid in class. You want to fit in. You want the others to like you. You want to make friends. You put your best foot forward on your first day — but it isn't long before you realize that Monster High is not your typical high school.

Monster High Ghoul Spirit
Unique gameplay
Unique gameplay
Become a ghoul and attend Monster High
Become a ghoul and
attend Monster High
Perform scaretastic assignments
Perform scaretastic assignments

Synopsis

In Monster High Ghoul Spirit, being the new ghoul at school is cool. Become a ghoul and perform creeptastic tasks, build a killer reputation and vie for the prestigious title of Scream Queen. Explore the creeparific campus and mingle with the guys and ghouls of the student body. Create a monstrous look with scary-cute outfits, hairstyles and skin colors, complete with your very own freaky flaw and knock 'em dead with your sinister style. Complete scaretastic assignments such as a hair trim for Clawdeen or leading the spirit cheer. Strive to be an ogre achiever by going to class and earning ghastly grades. Put your freaky-fabulous reputation to the test as you compete for the title of Scream Queen at the Terror Under the Sea Dance. Enjoy unique gameplay each time, as the choices are yours — just like in real high school.

Key Features:

  • Become a ghoul and attend Monster High to perform creeptastic tasks, build a freaky-fab reputation and vie for the prestigious title of Scream Queen
  • Create a ghoul version of yourself with custom outfits, hairstyles and skin colors, complete with your very own freaky flaw to develop your very own sinister style
  • Snap a photo of yourself with your DSi camera to ghoulify your own image (DSi camera required, not included)
  • Perform scaretastic assignments such as a hair trim for Clawdeen or leading the spirit cheer
  • Strive to be an ogre achiever by going to class to earn ghastly grades
  • Experience a vibrant, social, open world where you can explore the Monster High campus and mingle with the students
  • Enjoy unique gameplay each time, as the choices are yours — just like real high school

Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii
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  • ASIN: B005EW6BU2
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.7 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,799 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
This is a monster high household, but this wii game was taken back after watching/reading during the game. There are some choices to the character's over all look, but not to impressive. The player runs around 3 floors of the school able to do favors for friends...that is it! I saw at least 2 friends ask the player to do their homework. I was not pleased. I did like the cute mini games, yet were far too easy compared to Wii's carnival game & cooking mama. When the player does the favor they recieve popularity points that look like a heart. If the player refuses the favor(like saying no you will not do her homework)popularity points are taken away. So the purpose of the game is to do whatever your friends ask in order to be popular in school?? That is not what i want my kids to think. There is a good strength to be able to say NO. I am all for monster high doll line saying you are beautiful no matter what/who you are. Unfortunately i say no to shallow popularity contests and wish my littles to value the true person. We had such hopes for this game.. -5 in our house.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
Alright, so I'm going to give you a few points on why this was a HORRENDOUS game. Furthermore, spoilers ahead:

- The graphics look no better than the ones from the original Play Station.
- The in-game sounds are repetitive. All you hear the ENTIRE GAME is heels on tile and some looped music. On top of that, though the main cast's voices are neat, they all only have looped voice dialogue. Not to mention that dialogue consists of about eight lines.
- They say you get to design your own monster. What I think they meant was pick from five horribly rendered monsters, three hideously designed faces, and two outfits.
- The entire game is focused one you completing "episodes". The main monsters, classes, and player character all have an episode. The issue is, all the episodes (spare classes) focus on you running around the same three floors of the school (each floor looks identical, by the way. Don't like purple tile? To bad, its all you'll be seeing) doing favors for your friends. Seriously, 5/6th of this game are running down the same halls over and over again. Sure, there is the occasional episode minigame, but they are mind-numbingly easy even for a five year old. The class episodes consists solely of poorly made minigames.
- THE MISSIONS ARE EVIL! "Friend, can you go steal from the drama teacher on multiple occasions?", "Friend, can you destroy the school's fuse box?", "Friend, can you violate a teacher's privacy and then place a babbling curse on them?", "Friend can you do my homework, or steal some fabric, or flood the gym?" are all ACTUAL things you have to do in the game. I mean, that'd be all fine and dandy if this game wasn't marketed at little girls but is so...yeah.
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A Kid's Review on November 27, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
When this game came out I wanted it. So my dad bought it for me. I tried it out and its not that fun :(

so first you name your monster. Then you create it. there are not many to chose from and you can not go back and change your makeup or hair style. all you do is run around the school doing stuff for people. the mini games are sooooooooo easy and you cant leave the school. what i really was disappointed about is that you can not talk to Abbey or Spectra. they are behind stuff and you can't reach them. i really thought this game would be better.
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By AJ on November 13, 2015
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
This is a fun game, it does have a lot of going down hallways but we like it. The only negative that I would say is that though it is a high school for both girls and boys (I realize the main characters are girls) you can only be girl characters, there is not the choice to be a boy student. It would have been great if they could have added that option.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
Bought it for my daughter who loves Monster High. She finds it very entertaining, but wishes there were more options for creating her own "monster" self. Overall, good game for the Monster High fan.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
My daughter loves this game. It bothers me a little because I find the characters dressed a little too skimpy for my tastes, but they are high school age so it does fit somewhat. The storyline from what I observed while daughter and friends play is decent enough. It entertains and does its job.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
My 9 year old daughter purchased this game with her birthday money. She really enjoys it. As another reviewer said, you run around the school doing things for other people, and although it looks like it would be boring to me, she really enjoys it...and what bad can you say about a game that encourages you to help other people? The mini games are also fun...she had the option to trade it with a friend, and she said "no way"!
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By Elaine on December 29, 2011
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii Verified Purchase
Read other reviews and was worried that the 3 granddaughters I bought this for would be disappointed. They love it. Since the oldest is 8 the game met her expectations which was creating a teen monster. This game is for children and not teens or adults who want to create cartoons.
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