Arush strips down Playboy's tunes

Arush gets it on with more than 40 artists and 83 tracks for its upcoming controversial lifestyle simulator.

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Arush today announced that more than 40 artists and 83 tracks will be featured on its upcoming men's fantasy simulation Playboy: The Mansion. The game will feature eight different music stations to choose from (like Grand Theft Auto) that span several genres, including hip-hop, house, and even flamenco. Among the announced artists are the hip-hop act People Under the Stairs and house DJs Armand Van Helden and Sneak. Music from the game's house station will be released on a CD mixed by Felix da Housecat close to the game's release. In Playboy: The Mansion, players will assume the role of the man many males envy, Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner. Gamers will build a Playboy empire from the ground up by meeting celebrities, publishing magazines, and occasionally taking part in the many perks that come along with being a gentlemen's magazine czar. Playboy: The Mansion ships for the PC, PlayStation 2, and Xbox on January 25.

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