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5 Times Video Game Marketing Definitely Went Too Far

Sometimes publishers go a little too far when trying to market their games. Here are 5 examples that the gaming world will not soon forget.

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AK911953d ago

Ugh Multi page always damn multi page.

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Japan: Nintendo gacha key-rings available in their stores

Japan is the home of Nintendo’s main headquarters. Because of this, the country tends to get a lot more merchandising and goodies for Nintendo fans compared to the rest of the world.

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Capcom's Latest Shareholder Q&A Is a Terrifying Indictment of Capitalism

Capcom has released its latest shareholder Q&A, and while there are some smart questions in there, you'll find some not-so-smart ones too.

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TheColbertinator3h ago

Capcom is our hero and champion in the gaming industry somehow. Everyone else is straight up Dr Doom

OtterX15h ago

For me, these Mario + Rabbids games were the best thing Ubisoft has developed in recent years. I'd hate to see Ubisoft drive the series into the ground like their other properties, so I think 2 games are enough. Maybe 1 more.

Inverno8h ago

They can't ruin it because Ninty will send their ninjas to destroy all traces of it. If not for that you can bet that spinoff series would've been milked dry by now.

XiNatsuDragnel14h ago

Good luck in your future endeavors

Hotpot12h ago

Thank you for Mario + Rabbids series, I quite enjoyed it

Einhander197212h ago

Great games, I have wanted Sony to copy these games with their own mascots for years.

DefaultComment9h ago

I think Nintendo has to hire this guy, I mean the fact that miuamoto himself said to him that he is impressed with this work, speaks volumes. Th possibility on having Mario on Soliani's hand could be incredible and quite possibly a new era for Mario games.

OtterX8h ago(Edited 8h ago)

Yea, these games didn't even feel Ubisoft at all. This felt very authentic Nintendo. This guy's direction is obviously stellar, and Ubisoft somehow managed to not kill it with microtransactions and repetitive, boring tasks.