But it's also an interesting method of attack for the developer. Based on the trailer and game demonstration shown during the event, TheVille looks as if Zynga's YoVille and The Sims Social by EA and Playfish had a visit from the stork. The game allows players to build out their own home with multiple rooms, decorations and functional items to show off to their friends.
Players' Facebook page activity will be accessible to players in-game, and their friends will be able to comment on their actions from within YoVille, thanks to a feature known as Z Talk. What does this mean for YoVille and, by extension, The Sims Social? We'll see in the coming weeks, and based on our hands-off impressions.
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