So are we saying then that GRFS customers dont like t1ts and @rse??? bugger I had better cancel my pre-order...
maybe if they managed to get a woman that is actually attractive this conversation wouldnt be happening...
are all of you for real right now? its a hot chick advertising a war video game what more can you ask for? unless your a homosexual i mean come on get over it !! they do this to get more customers do you think ubi its going to cry cause all of the gr " vetrans" are not going to buy the game? dude they are going to make millions on this they dont give a ratt *** about us it is what it is so thats whay i will buy the game if i dont like it i will trade it and buy a new game stop *****ing about a videogame dont like it dont buy it so easy to do that and stfu and understand that at the end of the day its all about buisness
Last edited by vidals1991; 05-16-2012 at 04:47 PM.
The issue with GRFS marketing is that it tries to buy off costumers through the chipest lowest way.
With the team ghost commercials UBI is basically trying to make us by the game by telling us "famous and cool people play our game so if YOU buy our game you have a chance to be as cool as them". This works great for kids around 15 years of age or younger that are more prone to be convinced by such advertisement. And showing hot chicks next to the game is another way to appeal to ***** kids that will be convinced to buy anything that has tits next to it.
These commercials appeal to the most basic needs of our nature - the desire to feel good about ourselves (by saying - cool ppl play the game. Famous ppl. Ppl who play our game may not have anything to do with video games but they are popular ppl and a part of a selective few. By playing our game you MIGHT have a chance to be a part of that group too), and our basic sexual tendencies so in our subconscious we are attracted to things that have sexy chicks next to them.
The point is - the reasons UBi is tryi g to make the game seem desireable have NOTHING to do with the game or its qualities.
It feels like ubi is treating its audience like 13 year old boys who will fall for that type of marketing. Older ppl feel offended because they feeel like they are treated like ***** kids.
Also it gives the impression the ubi doesnt have anything else good to say about the game itself so they are saying "look whos playing our game- famous ppl and girls. You wanna be like them?"
It shows lack of co fidence inthe game and in the audience that will know to te that the game is good for its own merits.
Im a 30 years old man. I feel like ubi thinks i will fall for such low advertisement and it makes me feel like the game is meant for 13 year old kids whi WILL fall for it. I dont think i want to buy a game that is meant for kids. I want a game meant for mature ppl.
Whats next? Buy GRFS at best buy and get candy?
P.s. Pardon my spelling. Im typing on my iphone.
Last edited by adarwinter; 05-19-2012 at 10:38 AM.
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^^ I dont think Team Ghost is Ubi's frontline marketing offensive tbh!
Companies have been using celebreties/sportsman to promote their products since Jesus was a boy, are they also trying to sell their products to 13yr old kids? Not sure if a 13yr old would go out and buy Dandruff Head & Shoulders shampoo just because his Formula 1 star Jenson Button is advertising their product!!
Have you not seen Ubi's other marketing commercials?? i.e Ghost Recon Alpha Movie, is that also aimed at 13yr old kids. I think the whole team ghost thing is a bit of fun and should be taken in the correct context.
Just my 42yr old opinion...