The massively popular Monster High is on its way to the Wii, with THQ announcing that one of the hottest entertainment franchises for girls will be getting its own Wii and DS/DSi game this October. Monster High Ghoul Spirit gives fans the chance to create and customise their own scary-cute avatars, as well as hang out with Frankie Stein, Draculaura, Clawdeen Wolf, Lagoona Blue, Cleo de Nile and the entire Monster High student body. The game features seven brand-new episodes that have been created especially for the first-ever Monster High video game.



From homeroom to extra-curricular activities, Monster High fans will get to socialise with students and discover new secrets, as well as an all-new character who comes to Monster High for the first time in the game. As they explore the campus, players will engage in special assignments that let them explore the open-world setting of Monster High. Be they haunting the hallways, practising their fear-leading, or learning scary new facts in class, their ultimate goal is every ghoul’s dream – to be crowned “Scream Queen” at the Terror Under the Sea Dance.

Different actions and accomplishments will affect their rise to spooky stardom, making Monster High Ghoul Spirit a different experience every time you play on the Wii or DS. Fans will get to interact with staff and students from their very own locker hub, which they can personalise with stickers and accessories earned throughout the game, and even communicate on their own iCoffin, a smartphone-style device within the game.

"The Monster High phenomenon is enormous and has attracted fans of all ages around the world," said Martin Good, Executive Vice President of PlayTHQ, the company's division for kids, family and casual games. "We've teamed with Mattel and its creative team to offer a video game that's authentic to the monster chic style and rich storytelling of the Monster High franchise while offering a robust and engaging experience for players."
Source: THQ