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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:25PM Traptz said

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Wont be on PC for another year..gfy's

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:37PM Braiks said

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@Traptz no u
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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:33PM Xilmar said

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Hopefully now CCP will actually have a half decent marketing direction.

That is if he stays away from crap like the not in Azeroth campaign. They say all publicity is good publicity and that's something i doubt very much. That ad campaign was pretty bad, the nail in the Trion's coffin for me personally.

But he's David Reid, i'm sure he can do something cool with the cross platform-cross mmo-cross genre idea.

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:34PM Dumac said

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yuck

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:40PM Lycaniz said

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how come every second public guy are called reid nowadays?

APB's (original) was something about reid,
Sw:TOR are reid
DUST are reid now...

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:43PM Baby Choo Choo said

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@Lycaniz

I like to imagine it's one guy who owns a bunch of masks and is good as disguising his voice, but is not very creative when coming up with a new name lol.

Either that or it's like an ancient clan of advertisers named Reid...
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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 4:52PM Lycaniz said

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@Baby Choo Choo lol. :)
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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:40PM Baby Choo Choo said

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While I'm not a fan of the "we're not in Azeroth anymore" campaign, it certainly got people talking. Hopefully, whatever ad campaign comes out of this produces the same results, but through a different method.

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 3:28PM Unshra said

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@Baby Choo Choo We're not using Excel anymore?
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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 3:30PM Baby Choo Choo said

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@Unshra

Ok, I'm an Eve fan and all, but that was still funny LOL
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Posted: Jan 17th 2012 12:56PM Saker said

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Only part I cared about:

"and Gamasutra reports that he'll also shape the publicity strategy for CCP's upcoming World of Darkness title."

Nice to hear -something- about WoD, no matter how small to give a glimmer of hope (also however small).

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 2:21PM ScottishViking said

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This is very good news. RIFT had an incredibly successful launch. As a fan of EVE, this makes me eager to check out DUST.

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 5:37PM Skyydragonn said

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I cannot stress enough the (relatively shorter) lifespan of console games over PC games. Dust NEEDS to be on PC as well as PS3. Otherwise Dust will not survive its first year as a supporting feature of EVE Online. My worst fear in all of this is that Dust will not live up to expectation and be quickly forgotten in the next wave of FPS games to follow it. Leaving EVE Online player with planetary warfare mechanics devoid of soldiers to fight. Much like faction warfare in EVE now. A side thought project that ended up ultimately forgotten/ignored by the players.

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 5:59PM smg77 said

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The only chance Dust has to succeed is if they release it for PC within a few months of the console release. If they don't Dust is going to fail badly.

Posted: Jan 17th 2012 7:38PM real65rcncom said

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Jumped. Ship. Before. The. Crash.

Smart guy.

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