October 23, 2016
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Robbie Williams gets his own video game

HollywoodNews.com: Singer Robbie Williams has signed up to appear in a new computer game that will feature 25 of his songs.

The 36-year-old performer, who recently announced he is to reunite with old band Take That, will appear in the video game, ‘We Sing Robbie Williams,’ which will be released on October 11.

The game launches at the same time as his new compilation album, ‘In And Out Of Consciousness: The Greatest Hits 1990-2010.’

Williams’ tracks such as Angels, Rock DJ, She’s The One and Let Me Entertain You will all be included and will be accompanied by his original music videos.

The game is being put together by Nordic Games in collaboration with EMI.

Nordic Games‘ Sales and Marketing Director, Nik Blower, said on their website: “After 20 years in the business, Robbie’s fan base covers practically every age group, and both genders – that represents a massive percentage of the population who will want to play the ‘We Sing’ version of the game.”

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