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Yoostar 2 gets Facebook, YouTube integration


10:40 AM on 04.21.2011
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Yoostar 2 let you make a fool of yourself in your living room, reenacting scenes from famous Hollywood flicks. Now, thanks to the magic of technology and the Internet, everyone can laugh at you.

Yoostar Entertainment is launching Yoostar Playground, a free Facebook game that functions alongside new Yoostar 2 community functions. Videos of Yoostar 2 performance can be pasted on Facebook walls, as well as uploaded directly to YouTube.

Yoostar Playground will also feature a leaderborad, an alert that will tell players when new downloadable content is available for Yoostar, and more.

Of course, you don't need the console game to use Yoostar Playground; it sounds like a great place to point and laugh, though, doesn't it?






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