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The Office Video Game: Because You Asked for It...?

"Casual" game publisher (what does that mean, sleeveless shirts are OK?) MumboJumbo has licensed the rights to NBC's The Office and the likenesses of its "employees," for the purpose of a humorous, low-tech game in which players steer bobblehead versions of the Dunder-Mifflin gang through assorted tasks and pranks. According to Variety, the Office game isn't bound for next-gen systems (e.g., Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) but rather Nintendo DS, Sony PSP and PCs. Yes, nothing screams "Turn me into a video game!" like a documentary-style comedy about a small-town paper company.

Matt Mitovich

"Casual" game publisher (what does that mean, sleeveless shirts are OK?) MumboJumbo has licensed the rights to NBC's The Office and the likenesses of its "employees," for the purpose of a humorous, low-tech game in which players steer bobblehead versions of the Dunder-Mifflin gang through assorted tasks and pranks. According to Variety, the Office game isn't bound for next-gen systems (e.g., Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) but rather Nintendo DS, Sony PSP and PCs.
Yes, nothing screams "Turn me into a video game!" like a documentary-style comedy about a small-town paper company.