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Yoostar on MTV

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Yoostar is joining forces with one of the most powerful brands in entertainment, MTV, to fulfill the dreams of pop culture fans and gamers alike, by giving everyone the opportunity to star in the most iconic scenes to ever hit cable TV. With over 30 years of live events, news, classic, reality, and original shows to choose from, as well as the inclusion of upcoming shows to maximize its cultural relevancy, theextensive library of trend-setting and entertaining content leaves no stone unturned. Of course, it couldn't be an MTV product without music videos! Some of the best music videos of the last several decades will be playable in Yoostar on MTV. With Yoostar's newly upgraded Virtual Green Screen technology VGS 2.0,players will be able to seamlessly insert themselves into the best of MTV programming from its 30 years. Perform the lines as written, or improvise and deliver an original performance. After you've finished, showoff to your friends byuploading your performances to Yoostar Playground, YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter.

Yoostar on MTV Review

Honestly speaking, when I first heard of Yoostar, I was stoked for it. A chance to be a part of a famous movie, to step into the shoes of famous actors, and speak the lines that made them famous--it all sounded so great. The first Yoostar on consoles wasn't terrible, but it had its fair share of technical issues that made it far from the advertised masterpiece it was thought to be. Fast forward to now, and we got another Yoostar game on our hands, this time transporting us into the very bro-centric world of MTV, its shows, and its music videos. That's right, if you ever felt like you wanted to be the Situation (for those with puzzled expressions on their face, that's Mike from the Jersey Shore), step into the shoes of Rob or Big, or perhaps live out your bitchy... Read Review

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