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Submitted by awesomeoutof 963d ago | opinion piece

Looking at Game Trailers Critically: A Skeptic’s Perspective

With E3 on the not-so-distant horizon, David Chandler takes a skeptical look at the curiosity that is the game trailer. Offering a skeptical perspective of some of the well-known trailers of this generation, he explains what a trailer must accomplish as well as how to enjoy them critically so gamers don't fall prey to false advertising. (BioShock, Dead Island, Dev, Gears of War, Industry, Killzone 2)

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