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Submitted by lifesanrpg 604d ago | news

SimCity allows for in-game advertising with new Nissan Leaf product placement

GameZone writes, "Talk about a great way to raise some unneeded controversy. Nothing raises a red flag more than incorporating product placement in your game -- especially one that has already suffered from a rough launch. In what is undoubtedly a marketing campaign with Nissan, EA and Maxis are adding the "Nissan Leaf Charging Station" to SimCity. Don't worry, it won't cost you a thing... and you can reap all of the benefits." (PC, SimCity)

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