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Posted on 19-05-10 23:23
http://uk.xbox360.ign.com/articles/108/1081872p1.html

Basically these USB's have been sent to game stores whic doed information. alot of games are starting to use this viral marketing (the first i rmemeber was portal but I'm sure it wasn't really the first).

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Posted on 20-05-10 00:00
Cool stuff Grin
I love those type of marketing campaigns, they are always a lot more interesting than a shitty one minute commercial. Personally, I think it's for singularity, as COD: Black Ops isn't really going to need extra marketing, it pretty much markets itself. I had never even heard of singularity until reading that article, which makes me think they would want to base a viral campaign on a title with less hype. Almost everyone who has a xbox, that I know, buys the COD games.

So viral campaign or not, COD isn't going to sell much differently.


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Posted on 20-05-10 01:07
I don't think it's cod for that fact. Also isn't it a bit soon to bring out a new cod??


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Posted on 20-05-10 01:47
>inserting unknown USB devices in a live computing environment

Yeah, real smart campaign.



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Posted on 20-05-10 13:24
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>inserting unknown USB devices in a live computing environment

Yeah, real smart campaign.

I'd do it, I like to live on the edge =]