By Joe Osborne From games.com
In CelebrityMe, players create their own celebrity and see him or her through from the streets of Venice Beach to the glitz and glamor of Hollywood. But players actually start out on top--you see, most of the game is actually a flashback. When players being CelebrityMe, they're at a movie premiere. This is where Seismic Games introduces players to both what their characters could be if they keep playing and the nifty Gigs feature.
"The best comment that we've been getting consistently from our testers is, 'Wow, I don't remember the last time I laughed in a game,' which is really sad, because they're games--they're supposed to be fun," Gewirtz Seismic Games CEO says. "You're supposed to have a smile on your face when you're playing them."
The video plays, a trailer of sorts that features both you and the friends you chose to co-star. It's a chuckle-worthy experience at times, something we're hard-pressed to find in social games much less video games. For instance, the first film your avatar stars in is titled "Hindenburg" ... and hopefully you can already see where that's going. Sometimes, there's nothing like a good old parody.
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