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Submitted by arika 1889d ago | news

Sony sends out a Killzone-themed Valentine's

SCEA just sent Joystiq this cute Killzone-themed Valentine's Day e-card. The problem? It asks them to have a "bloody Valentine's day." They are pretty certain that if we gave our significant others that kind of message, we'd be spending the day alone. (Culture, Killzone 2, PS3)

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cronaldo7  +   1889d ago
I am alone...
cmrbe  +   1889d ago
A helgast
should accompany you then lol!.
cmrbe  +   1889d ago
haha
Love is the last thing that was on my mind when i played the demo.
LeGenDx  +   1889d ago
i dont get it
was sony trying to send a message or something ? im confused
lelo  +   1889d ago
Oh boy, Killzone 2 valentine day e-card... that's just wrong.
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REALgamer  +   1889d ago
Added publicity from something as simple as this
= good for Sony
kelvin22  +   1889d ago
wow
wow this is crazy guys its a theme get over it honestly

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