Eidos has revealed that they will be releasing a game based off of America’s Next Top Model for the Nintendo DS on November 7. In the United Kingdom. OK, then …
Developed by Independent Arts Software, the game puts players in control of an aspiring model, and will have them competing in different categories like “Make Up,” “Fashion,” “Catwalk,” and “Photoshoots.” No word on whether the game will feature a digital likeness of the bat s**t insane Tyra Banks, or the silver locks of Jay Manuel.
We got in touch with a former America’s Next Top model contestant, Sarah Dankelman of “Cycle Four” fame, to get her reaction to this huge announcement.
“I can’t believe this is actually real,” she told us. “Maybe I’ll actually last longer if I play the game.”
Press release after the jump.
‘America’s Next Top Model’ Struts onto the Nintendo DS CatwalkFriday 26th September/… Eidos Interactive Ltd., creator of some of the world’s leading videogame properties, has today confirmed that dtp young entertainment’s America’s Next Top Model is coming to Nintendo DSTM this November in the UK.
America’s Next Top Model is the official video game of the hugely popular US TV series. In the game, the player takes control of one of 10 aspiring models who compete in a variety of different categories including: ‘Make Up’, ‘Fashion’, ‘Catwalk’ and ‘Photoshoot.’
Following the same successful formula as the TV series, one model is dismissed each week following a special challenge – just make sure it’s not you!
A new 12-episode cycle of “America’s Next Top Model” started airing in September in the U.S.
Grant Tasker, Product Manager at Eidos, said: “The fact that ‘America’s Next Top Model’ is set to air its 10th cycle, on Living, in the UK speaks volumes in terms of where the brand is right now. Year-on-year figures prove the audience shows no sign of waning, and this is why we feel the timing is perfect to publish an official game of the series for Nintendo DS.”
Developed by Independent Arts Software, America’s Next Top Model, is set for release on Nintendo DS on 7th November.