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Video Games To Have Ads

EA Games, makers of the popular Madden football-video-game franchise, just signed a deal with Microsoft's ad-placement arm to incorporate real-time spots in their titles. What do you think?
  • "It was only a matter of time before playing sports video-games sucked in all the same ways as being at the event or watching it on TV."

    Blain Powell Proofreader
  • "Well, of course advertisers are welcome to make offers, but they should know my virtual athletes' endorsements don't come cheap."

    Karen Thiede Systems Analyst
  • "Finally, a game that can simulate the thrill of watching televised-sporting-event ads."

    Fletcher Dowling Exterminator


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