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Oh, Canada: Beyond Good & Evil is a cheese pack-in

10:40 AM on 02.20.2009 // Dale North
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I love me some string cheese. I'm not sure why it peels like that, but I totally dig it as a midday blogger snack. And I dig Beyond Good & Evil. Though it's not the newest game around, and I think it was largely overlooked, it's still a great game. So it makes perfect sense that this game would be a promotional pack in with string cheese, right?

No, you say? Yes, says Giant Bomb reader Lucas May.

In Canada (where else?) the Cheese Heads brand of mozzarella string cheese comes with the PC version of Beyond Good & Evil. And it's not some silly mail-in order form or anything like us Yanks do; the game comes right in the package! It's a good thing that mozzarella doesn't smell bad.

Is this an insult to the game, or a compliment to the cheese brand?

[Thanks, Scott]

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