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Nickelodeon's Victorious gets video games treatment

D3 Publisher to launch titles for Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS.
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The first video games based on Nickelodeon's live action comedy series Victorious are now hitting shelves in the US.

Victorious: Time to Shine (for Xbox 360 Kinect) and Victorious: Hollywood Arts Debut (for Nintendo DS) are both performance-based games which transport players into the Hollywood Arts High School world, where they can either star in their own music video or in a big showcase alongside the cast.

"We are offering the many Victorious fans an opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the coveted Hollywood Arts High School, where only the most talented students are accepted," said Peter Andrew, VP of production at D3 Publisher, which has created the games.

"This is the only Victorious interactive experience where players can become superstars and interact with the cast, in a world authentic to the show they know and love."

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