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Monster High 13 Wishes




Monster High 13 Wishes 


Last year Little Orbit released a Monster High video game that was a roller skating racing game. This year Little Orbit released Monster High 13 Wishes. I am reviewing the home console version on the Wii and Wii U. Monster High is shown in amazing 3D.

Girls take on the role of a variety of the female characters in Monster High 13 Wishes. The girls are part teenager and part monster. Glitz and glamor meet horror film creations. I did not see how it would work at first. The girls move rather stiffly in those tall heels. I would break an ankle and probably my neck in heels that tall.

Girls explore vast levels in Monster High 13 Wishes. Certain characters in Monster High 13 Wishes can access certain areas. Girls will need to replay the levels multiple times to access everything. Since only two can come into a level at a time.

The story in Monster High 13 Wishes felt like a television show. This evil shadow genie talks one of the characters into making wishes that eventually lead to this shadow genie earning all kinds of power. Girls go through levels in the magic lamp to collect items to stop the evil shadow genie.

The voices in Monster High 13 Wishes are a nice touch. They enhance this home console game by adding realism. Characters can go into close range twirling attacks. Most enemies can be avoided though. The puzzles in Monster High 13 Wishes are interesting. Rarely did I understand what I needed to do at first. Trial and error eventually showed me the way forward.

I wish Monster High 13 Wishes let me bring in all the characters and swap between them inside a level. Why? Some of these levels can take thirty minutes to beat. Having to replay them multiple times is not only boring, but inefficient. Monster High 13 Wishes is a different kind of game from last years. It captures the essence of this franchise a lot better in my opinion.
- Yolanda


Graphics: 72%
Sound: 74%
Replay/Extras: 89%
Gameplay: 76%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Wii/Wii U(tested)
Publisher: Little Orbit
ating: ‘E’ for Everyone
{Mild Fantasy Violence}
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