"This new game is a great opportunity for Bravo to take our passionate viewers into the content," Bravo Digital Media EVP Lisa Hsia said in a release. "By bringing The Real Housewives into a social setting, fans can now experience the franchise through television, social media and in their own virtual reality."
That said, players will get to create their own enviously expensive home and decorate it with equally exorbitant items. The game will then challenge players to climb the social ladder by completing tasks inspired by events in the show's fifth season. That said, the Facebook version of The Real Housewives of New York City will be far more vicarious than most branded social games, as players will be recognized on the show weekly for their achievements.
When players earn weekly accomplishments like "Best Apartment," "Hottest Wardrobe" and "Highest Social Standing," they'll be recognized on the show when it airs live. (Think of it as a less gory and more girly Dexter Slice of Life.) This isn't the first time Bravo has entered the social gaming ring. Who remembers Turtle Time? Vaguely? Same here.
[Via Broadway World]
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