If you're confused what you're actually seeing in the pic above, check out this link of footage from Wario Land: Shake it!. Looks pretty cool so far ... uh ... what the ... what just happened?
Nintendo just got a little more clever, that's what just happened (although how they can get any more clever, or any richer for that matter, is beyond me). This little spot of viral marketing will surely be memorable to most who see it, keeping the game fresh in their minds as "the one with that cool You Tube ad!"
What do you think -- is viral marketing effective for you, or do you just kind of laugh at it and go on your merry way?
[Via Pushing Play -- Thanks, Jacob]
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