More NewsToo Violent for Microsoft’s Xbox 360

Too Violent for Microsoft's Xbox 360

The Raw Feed pointed to an ad for the Microsoft Xbox 360 that didn't pass Microsoft's approval, reportedly due to its potential to encourage mass violence. It features people in a busy train station playing shooter with hilarious affect

The Raw Feed pointed to an ad for the Microsoft Xbox 360 that didn’t pass Microsoft’s approval, reportedly due to its potential to encourage mass violence.

It features people in a busy train station playing shooter with hilarious affect. While gamers likely won’t see the potential violence factor as a problem, it’s possible the rest of the population might not see the humor in the suggestion this ad presents. It’s been turned down by Microsoft and now is destined to live a full life on the Web.

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