Bespoke video games based on personal life cost $67,000


Tired of stepping in the shoes of characters while playing video games? Well, if you’ve got a pocket full of cash, about $67,000 to be exact, you could instead have a game inspired by your own life! These custom-made games are on offer by Amuse Me, brainchild of Abdel Bounane, editor in chief of digital lifestyle magazine, Amusement. Three levels of customization are available, with the first level personalizing faces, outfits, backgrounds and accessories of the character for $27 per modified object. The second level allows clients to select from 10 different genres of games, with these being built upon from scratch as per customer specification for about $1345 to $13,458. And the third level of customization enables clients to have a whole universe created for themselves by video game artists, costing a whopping €50,000 ($67,290)!
[NYTimes] Via – [Kotaku]

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