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7:15 AM on 11.11.2013

New PlayStation 4 video is all about a pirate tailor

Sony is releasing some weird videos lately. First there was this cab thing, and now we have a pirate tailor from Assassin's Creed IV. I have no idea why this is a thing. When you see pirate clothing, does that make you want to buy a PlayStation 4? If anything, it makes me want to get a nice ruffled shirt.

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3:15 PM on 11.08.2013

I am confused by this 'Hadouken Cabs' video

This video is strange. It's a cheesy advert for the PlayStation 4, posing as a cheesy advert for a Street Fighter-themed taxi service. It's pretty well packed with references to the storied franchise and concludes with just ...

Conrad Zimmerman

2:30 PM on 03.07.2013

Sega takes to Facebook to ask you to support Miku for PS3

If you're at all familiar with the Hatsune Miku phenomenon, you'll know that her Japanese creators and handlers have long been interested in marketing their virtual idol overseas, the better to let foreigners know of her crow...

Josh Tolentino

9:00 PM on 02.23.2013

Watch Dogs has a viral webpage, obviously

If you were paying close attention to the latest Watch Dogs trailer, you might have noticed a web address for the game world's Central Operating Network (ctOS). Visiting http://chicago-ctos.com/ takes you to a black page with...

Tony Ponce

12:30 PM on 04.09.2012

This is totally a viral video, not an ad for Nintendo 3DS

Joel McHale, star of Community and The Soup, appears in this video making the rounds today, talking about the nature of viral marketing on the web. Joel clearly knows his stuff, as he hits every major marketable concept in m...

Conrad Zimmerman

8:15 PM on 11.30.2011

The DTOID Show: Infinity Blade 2 & Dragon Age Multiplayer

Hey guys! I'm BACK! And I still sound sort of funny.  On today's very special Destructoid Show, we address the rumors foating around about EA's new stuff, such as Frostbite 2 powered Dragon Age multiplayer, with playable...

Max Scoville

2:30 PM on 09.07.2011

Slavery: The Game was a viral for a Dutch documentary

Well, we didn't expect that did we? When you slap an Adults Only rating on a website for a supposed multiplatform game, you know you're being trolled. Funny thing is, most people expected it to be something related to Americ...

Maurice Tan

11:00 PM on 08.17.2011

Sarif Industries gets 'hacked'

Square Enix has been going all out in their recent ad campaign for the upcoming Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Earlier in the summer you could see a lot of these videos on their viral marketing website for the fictional Sarif In...

Daniel Starkey

12:00 PM on 07.01.2011

Win Deus Ex QR mission prizes with help from Destructoid

Early last month, Square Enix launched an iOS application as part of a promotion for Deus Ex: Human Revolution with which gamers can scan QR codes hidden around the net and earn rewards for having found them. Each week, ...

Conrad Zimmerman

4:00 AM on 06.02.2011

Here's a mysterious Canadian viral campaign to watch

The Canadian Videogame Awards recently aired and, in amongst the hustle and bustle, a web address was shown onscreen leading to a countdown timer. The countdown at thereisnolist.ca ended last night, revealing what appeared to...

Conrad Zimmerman

2:00 PM on 05.17.2011

Deus Ex: Testimonials from augmentation customers

Here's a new viral marketing video for Deus Ex: Human Revolution which features the company making mankind better through augmentations, Sarif Industries. This time, instead of just seeing these actors make use of their new ...

Conrad Zimmerman





2:00 AM on 04.26.2011

Episode 3 of Mortal Kombat: Legacy is a Cage-y one

Oh ho! The headlines just write themselves. As you may have surmised, this third installment in Kevin Tancharoen's Mortal Kombat: Legacy web series is focused on action star Johnny Cage. Featuring an opening installment...

Conrad Zimmerman

3:30 AM on 04.19.2011

Mortal Kombat Legacy episode 2 still slow going

The second episode of Mortal Kombat: Legacy has been released and you can view it right here. It's a continuation of the events which took place in the first episode, with quite a bit of recapping at the outset for what...

Conrad Zimmerman

4:00 AM on 04.13.2011

Let Sarif Industries make a better you

With Deus Ex: Human Revolution not out until August, it seems that Eidos is looking to get its viral marketing campaign going early. This new advertisement featuring the fictional augmentation corporation which features...

Conrad Zimmerman

11:00 PM on 03.26.2011

Do you want to win a 3DS? Do you own a car?

If you're a seasoned veteran of the internet, then you may remember this Mario Kart street art done by a graffiti artist on some Portland bike lanes a few years back. Jumping on the bandwagon this year, so to speak, is Waze, ...

Tara Long

4:00 AM on 03.23.2011

Bad things are happening in America circa 2049

Above is a trailer for a game called America 2049, which has appeared completely out of the blue and is planned for release next month. As you can see, the video has no information on what kind of game it is, but does lay ou...

Conrad Zimmerman