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If you want the franchise to be back, you don't sign a pointless petition, you make Activision broke so SCE can buy it. Don't buy Call of Duty, don't buy Destiny, don't buy anything from Activision ever.
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+Peter TechGuy well ya I know there won't be a million but I'm saying it's spreading quick and can get a good amount of signatures
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At first I thought this is retarded and I would fap to this if I'm still a teenager, then I reach the end of the video.

This is the one of the most disgusting way to promote classical music. It seems that some blockheads think pop music = sexy woman dance. I'm aware this is the Internet, but it's just sad this video gets so many likes.
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+Chitoge Kirisaki
This is a reply to both your comments here and the documentary.

The sad part is this is no joke. You can take your cheesy humour MV like this and What Does the Fox Say for all I care, but to actually use it as a promotion of classical music... Not only it's disrespectful to the composer, it's also ineffective.

How many of the 3 million people who watched this video also watched the short documentary? What makes you think people who are not even interested in the documentary would actually search for Dvorak's pieces or suddenly like classical music? This is nothing more than a viral video, they have failed what they wanted to achieve and I hope they realise that.

Maybe they should find a group of dancers who can robodance to this instead, it may not be as viral, but it would be more effective and actually inspire other dancers to do the same as well.
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Sound design: it's one of the most integral yet overlooked parts of the experience of a video game. Graphics impress, and gameplay is where you'll find the bulk of your enjoyment, but it's the sounds that really draw you into the game and help make the atmosphere believable. There's no better recent example of this than BioShock Infinite.
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Let's face it, most people who have no interest in classical music and have watched that video aren't gonna search for the artist nor like that piece suddenly.

Either you guys are pretentious or delusional. Perhaps both.
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Getting Josh's approval is such a nice thing!
The world would be a better place if everyone just ignore him instead of keep attacking him like that.
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So Moero Downhill Night BLAZE is not a sequel to the second novel but it's a godawful spin-off. It's so damn awful to the point I deleted everything related to the series, literally everything is wrong with the novel!

The phantom girl suddenly became a normal human being that squeal Oniichan in every fucking line she speak. Broke the world record for the most "Oniichan" spoken in any medium too.
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I think I've found my female persona.
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