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(Wired UK)   Gearbox is being sued over Aliens:Colonial Marines. Subby wants to know if they could throw in a cease and desist order with the Borderlands 2 nerfing   (wired.co.uk ) divider line
    More: Interesting, SEGA, Gearbox Software, false advertising, Malpai Borderlands, Asa, Randy Pitchford  
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2013-05-02 09:25:03 AM  
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Prior to purchase:
www.fmvmagazine.com

Purchase:
2.bp.blogspot.com

Popping the disk in:
3.bp.blogspot.com

1 hour in:
www.top10films.co.uk

3 hours in:
geektyrant.com

5 hours in:
theworldaccordingtoalice.files.wordpress.com
2013-05-02 12:01:38 PM  
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RoxtarRyan: scottydoesntknow: The fact that they put an embargo on reviews until release day shows they knew it was a shiatty product and wanted to delay the negative feedback as much as possible.

Kind of like how movie studios won't let people review their movie before it hits theaters!


This is a little different than hiding a bad product from critics

It would be like Iron Man 3 having Robert Downey, Jr. in the trailers, and then the actual film having Morton Downey, Jr. in it.
 
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