Victorious Games Based on Nickelodeon Show
D3Publisher (D3P) and Nickelodeon have announced that Victorious: Time to Shine on Kinect for Xbox 360 and Victorious: Hollywood Arts Debut for the Nintendo DS hand-held system are now available in retail stores in North America.
Based on Nickelodeon’s hit live action comedy series Victorious, the performance-based games transport players into the exclusive Hollywood Arts High School world where they can either star in their own music video or in a big showcase alongside Tori Vega and the Victorious cast.[ Also Read: Professor Layton Mystery Deepens with More Puzzles ]
“These new video games are so much fun! Fans can create their own music video and sing, dance, act and perform along with me and the rest of the cast from Victorious,” said Victoria Justice, star of Victorious. “It is a cool opportunity for our fans to be a part of the cast and experience life as a student at Hollywood Arts High School.”
In Victorious: Time to Shine on Kinect for Xbox 360, players will perform in their very own Hollywood Arts production where they act, play instruments, sing, dance, and star in a music video featuring hit songs from the series.
The perfect game for sleepovers, parties, or fun nights at home; Victorious: Time to Shine offers multiplayer gameplay where friends can either work together or compete in various Hollywood Arts performances![ Also Read: Should Teens Play Video and Online Games? ]
Players can customize their own character with dozens of clothing items and hairstyles inspired by the show. Not only will they perform like their favorite cast members but they can also dress like them too.
Victorious: Hollywood Arts Debut for the Nintendo DS will captivate players as they enroll in Hollywood Arts High School, where they will attend a full year as a new student and enjoy adventures alongside Tori, Andre, Cat and the Victorious gang.[ Also Visit: RMN News Service for Global News ]
Players will have to complete a series of thrilling challenges in the form of mini-games to earn a lead role in the Big Showcase, the biggest performance of the year! They will attend classes with the cast and experience hilarious scenarios similar to those of the show.
Victorious: Time to Shine is developed by High Voltage Software and Victorious: Hollywood Arts Debut is developed by Behaviour Interactive. The games are rated “E” (Everyone – Comic Mischief and Mild Violence) by the ESRB. For more information, visit www.victoriousvideogames.com.