So you wanna be a 'Bachelor' or 'Bachelorette' player, but don't want to lay your life bare for reality TV? No worries; just make room on your videogame shelf for Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment's upcoming 'The Bachelor: The Videogame,' which hits stores for Nintendo Wii and DS in June.
AOL TV has your exclusive first look at the game trailer, which features the previously announced Jason Mesnick as a playable character, along with the announcement that 'Bachelorettes' Trista Sutter and Jillian Harris and 'Bachelor' Andy Baldwin will also voice videogame versions of themselves in the game.
More scoop on 'The Bachelor' gameplay: In single-player mode, it's structured like the TV show. That means you'll play several "episodes," where you compete against other characters within the game to score alone time with the 'Bachelor' or 'Bachelorette.' In the Wii version, you can also go for multi-player action, where you compete against friends, who may turn into frienemies when they try to sabotage your love match and deny you the chance at a rose.
Oh, and speaking of the rose ceremony, 'The Bachelor' and 'Bachelorette' TV host Chris Harrison also pops up in the videogame, which is a good thing. Unless you're that Rozlyn character, of course ...