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Playboy: The Mansion Latest News - PC

Playboy: The Mansion
Game Description:Playboy: The Mansion blends state-of-the-art social simulation with traditional role-playing and empire-building gameplay. As Hugh Hefner, you build the Playboy mansion and magazine into a dynamic cultural icon and powerful brand. Rub shoulders with stunning women and stimulating celebrities as you pursue the ultimate Playboy lifestyle. Grow famous and gain exclusive access to the Playboy Archives.
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  • 2K Games Teams With Playboy For Mafia II

    This morning, 2K Games announced a team-up with Playboy, Thankfully, this won't be a sequel to Playboy: The Mansion. Instead, Hefner's company is providing access to its image database for for Mafia II. Playboy will provide "unique in-game integration" of more than 50 vintage Playboy covers and centerfolds into the Mafia II...

    Posted March 8, 2010

    2K Games Teams With Playboy For Mafia II
  • Playboy: The Mansion

    Posted: March 30, 2006

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