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Monster Hunter 3 and Red Steel 2: Spokesmen

March 23, 2010
Red Steel 2 releases today, March 23, 2010, for the Wii.
It’s the first FPS type game, that requires the WM+ accessory to play the game.
Monster Hunter 3 will release on the Wii on April 20, 2010.
The Classic Controller Pro will be releases simultaneously in North America, with Monster Hunter 3.
Jason Vandenberg pictured on the left, I would say is known as Red Steel 2’s spokesman.
Ironbeard McCullough pictured on the right, I would say is becoming known as Monster Hunter 3’s “spokesman” of sorts.
Here’s a brief “comparison” of the two:
                                  Jason Vandenberg      Ironbeard McCullough
                                    for Red Steel 2:         for Monster Hunter 3:
Means of Travel:             Airplanes                   1971 Ford F-150
Target Audience
When Talking                 Gaming Press            College Students
About the Game:
Notable Items:                Walking Cane              Great Sword
Hair:                                     Lots                              Lots

Questions:
1)  Do you think the “Target Audience” that Jason and Ironbeard are talking about their games with, will have an impact on the sales of the games?  
2)  Do you think either company, Ubisoft or Capcom, has chosen a better “spokeman” and means of talking about each game?

3)  Also, being that Red Steel 2 is being released today, do you plan on picking it up?


As always, if you’re interested in either game, you can see them on Amazon.com below:

Red Steel 2 and Monster Hunter 3: Spokesmen

March 23, 2010

Red Steel 2 releases today, March 23, 2010, for the Wii.
It’s the first FPS type game, that requires the WM+ accessory to play the game.
Monster Hunter 3 will release on the Wii on April 20, 2010.
The Classic Controller Pro will be releases simultaneously in North America, with Monster Hunter 3.
Jason VandenBerghe pictured on the left, I would say is known as Red Steel 2’s spokesman.
Ironbeard McCullough pictured on the right, I would say is becoming known as Monster Hunter 3’s “spokesman” of sorts.
Here’s a brief “comparison” of the two:
                               Jason VandenBerghe    Ironbeard McCullough
                                    for Red Steel 2:         for Monster Hunter 3:
Means of Travel:             Airplanes                   1971 Ford F-150
Target Audience
When Talking                 Gaming Press            College Students
About the Game:
Notable Items:                Walking Cane              Great Sword
Hair:                                     Lots                              Lots

Questions:
1)  Do you think the “Target Audience” that Jason and Ironbeard are talking about their games with, will have an impact on the sales of the games?  
2)  Do you think either company, Ubisoft or Capcom, has chosen a better “spokeman” and means of talking about each game?

3)  Also, being that Red Steel 2 is being released today, do you plan on picking it up?


As always, if you’re interested in either game, you can see them on Amazon.com below: