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Submitted by peterthomas6 894d ago | opinion piece

Bloody Boobs: Does Controversy Sell a Video Game?

Does a pair of bloody boobs sell a game? Maybe not, but all of the media backlash might! GameNTrain's Jeff Johnson looks at controversy and advertising. (Dead Island Riptide, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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