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I can't believe how many people are rallying to the original artist. When people copy works from publishers to make their own take of a game in more advanced game engines for example and are taken down by the owners of the IP, there is public outcry. Now an ad agency takes a concept (possibly Microsoft) and makes an ad that is very similar, granted, but also very different from the original (and arguably worst) and people won't defend them. It's bullshit. If you don't want your ideas taken and reused fairly, DON'T POST THEM ON THE INTERNET!! This ad concept can be used over and over with any game really and it's quite nice. Sony could do the very same and no one could technically stop them. So simmer down everyone. No one has been wronged here. The ad agency could be overly generous and thank him for the idea now the cat's out of the bag, but that's really all, and it seems that's all he or she wants anyways.
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....all this info without mentioning where they came from: sonic 2 and sonic cd. how enlightening.
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PlayStation has announced it will sponsor this year's London Pride, with the hashtag #forALLthegamers.
More than 80m PS3 consoles have been sold since launch - leaving it almost level with Xbox 360, despite Microsoft's console having got off to a far stronger start.
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With powers comparable to Wonder Boy.
But to someone like myself who's gorged on its string of exclusives, oddities and cult classics, it's easily been Nintendo's finest console since the SNES.
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