Was Halo: Forward Unto Dawn a good marketing technique?

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User Info: SunDevil77

SunDevil77
4 years ago#1
Did it add hype for you? - Results (68 votes)
Yes
86.76% (59 votes)
59
No
13.24% (9 votes)
9
This poll is now closed.
I believe it was a good investment, personally. The last 2 episodes were especially strong, and left me wanting more.
In my opinion, not enough people have looked their dinner in the eyes and considered the circle of life. This is your dinner. His name is Tom.

User Info: KagoJunichiro

KagoJunichiro
4 years ago#2
It added hype, but that's about it. I certainly wouldn't buy the game because of it.
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User Info: SunDevil77

SunDevil77
4 years ago#3
KagoJunichiro posted...
It added hype, but that's about it. I certainly wouldn't buy the game because of it.


Obviously it was fan service, but I believe it worked. I never really do season passes or get every possible extra for games, but I am for Halo 4. They are marketing this game very well.
In my opinion, not enough people have looked their dinner in the eyes and considered the circle of life. This is your dinner. His name is Tom.

User Info: RichGamebuddy

RichGamebuddy
4 years ago#4
It didn't add hype, but I really liked it. I wasn't expecting it to be good, but it surprised me. I'm looking forward to seeing the characters in Halo 4.
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