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July 10, 2007

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beenabadbunny

It's not actually real, says Threespeech (which is the latest of Sony's 'pretending-to-be-fans-but-actually-official' marketing campaigns, it would seem.)

http://threespeech.com/blog/?p=446

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This PlayStation ‘advert’, supposedly created for Sony in India, has been picking up negative press in The Guardian and on feminist websites in the last couple of days. Simultaneously, various marketing industry pundits have been singing its praises.

We’re reliably informed, however, it’s not a bona fide PlayStation advert.

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