TV, Video Games

Behold and Fear Grey’s Anatomy, the Video Game


“Grey’s Anatomy: The Mobile Game is a perfect balance of gameplay and content, as the challenging mini-games will resonate with the male audience, while women will be engaged with the game’s unfolding drama and character interaction,” said Gonzague de Vallois, senior vice president of publishing, Gameloft. “Ultimately, we plan to create a [cellphone gaming]experience that melds the tension of a dramatic television show with the excitement of a social adventure.”

Mini-games include:
? As Ellen Pompeo’s Meredith, sleep with McDreamy at every opportunity, but without being caught by his extremely nice wife!
? As Katherine Heigl’s Izzy, ignore all basic tenets of the medical profession, as well as common sense, in order to kill your ill lover Denny!
? As T.R. Knight’s George, try to hide your repulsion at kissing your many female love interests!
? As Isiah Washington himself, try to call T.R. Knight a “faggot” as many times as possible…but only while the entertainment media’s out of earshot!
? As any normal human being, see how many times you can listen to The Fray’s “How to Save a Life” without going insane!

(Via Centre Daily)

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