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Tuesday, 21 September 2010 12:00

Michael Jackson to get an MMO game

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Flogging a dead king of pop
In the never ending display of human hypocrisy, the trend towards simply loving people who die continues. So, we now learn that Michael Jackson is not only supposed to get a dancing game, but an MMO game as well.

The team standing behind the game dubbed Planet Michael is SEE Virtual Worlds and in their own words, they’re ready for jokes and the criticism from general public. Apparently, they “just have to roll with that as it comes, so to speak”.

Planet Michael is expected late next year and will allow users to triumph using “song, dance and adventure as opposed to violence”. Gamers will be able to create avatars, pick occupations and play on continents inspired by Jackson’s “music, life and global issues that concerned him”. (Uhm, I'm guessing the game will be approved for all ages. sub.ed.)

More here.

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