First ‘Ghost Whisperer’ Video Game Announced Today

July 23,
2009


LEGACY INTERACTIVE AND CBS CONSUMER PRODUCTS TO DEVELOP VIDEO
GAME BASED ON POPULAR ‘GHOST WHISPERER’ TV SERIES

Casual games
developer and publisher Legacy Interactive® today announced a licensing
agreement with CBS Consumer Products that will expand their growing roster of
TV-licensed games.   Legacy will develop a video game based on the popular CBS
drama series Ghost Whisperer.

Available in
early 2010, Ghost Whisperer: Shadowlands will debut on the PC and
include characters and themes from the hit television series.  Players will take
on the role of Melinda Gordon, a young woman living in Grandview, who has
inherited the gift of being able to see and communicate with the dead.  These
earthbound spirits have unfinished business in our world preventing them from
"crossing over" into the light. While trying to live as normal a life as
possible with her paramedic husband, Jim, and as an owner of the antiques shop,
Same As it Never Was, Melinda helps ghosts find resolution and pass over to the
other side.  

With its stories
penned by Emmy award-winning television writer Lance Gentile, Ghost
Whisperer: Shadowlands
combines light adventure and hidden object-style game
play where players need to help the recently departed move on to the afterlife
and provide closure to loved ones left behind. Gamers must collect objects for
their inventory to solve challenging puzzles while unraveling the mysteries of
five enthralling stories with more than 30 hauntingly beautiful environments.  

 “Legacy
Interactive is pleased to work with CBS Consumer Products to bring Ghost
Whisperer
to the gaming world,” said Ariella Lehrer, President and CEO of
Legacy Interactive. “Ghost Whisperer has an incredible and enthusiastic
fan base and we will strive mightily to exceed their expectations.”