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Catch a celebrity if you can in local PS4 game, Paparazzi

Jessica Conditt, @JessConditt
December 30, 2014
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Make room on the couch for a quirky, local multiplayer game designed for two players: Paparazzi. It's due out on PlayStation 4 in February, downloadable for $5.

In Paparazzi, one player is a celebrity and the other is a picture-hungry paparazzo. The celebrity tries to earn dignity by attracting fans and avoiding the photographer's camera lens, and the paparazzo attempts to earn money by spotting the celebrity in a variety of scenarios and snapping his or her picture.

Paparazzi started as a game jam project under the McConaughey-approved theme, "Cameras aren't guns. They can't really hurt you." It's the first game from three-person development team Pringo Dingo. "We are incredibly excited about how far we've brought the game since that jam," Designer and Artist Mike Longley writes on the PlayStation Blog.

Paparazzi's official site lists Wii U, PC and Mac as additional platforms, and it's officially coming to Steam via Greenlight. Pringo Dingo's successful $5,000 Kickstarter advertised Paparazzi as a PC game. See the PS4 announcement trailer after the break.

Speaking of couch co-op (we totally were): We've collected some of the best local multiplayer games to come out of 2014 in this handy galllery.









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