Enter to win a chance for 40,000 MS points just for watching a Binary Domain trailer.

That’s a lot of points!

For those worried about the promotional campaign on Binary Domain, check out your Xbox Live dashboard. Over in “games” there should be a small trailer ad for Binary Domain. Click on that, and you’ll be taken to a promotional page. Here, you can watch videos, checkout some screenshots or go to the Binary Domain marketplace to download the demo and maybe some future DLC. However, there’s one special trailer you can watch and register to win up to 40,000 MS points! That can buy a lot of games. Check it out on your Xbox 360 and enter to win. This may be an American promotion only. I’m not sure.

See? There’s at least SOME Binary Domain advertising promotions going on.

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9 responses to “Enter to win a chance for 40,000 MS points just for watching a Binary Domain trailer.

  1. Managed to take a photo of the screen after entering and added it to the post 🙂

  2. CrazyTails says:

    So would this be considered as a good marketing method?

  3. Me says:

    Headline is off. You’re not entering to win “a chance” for ms points. You’re entering to win points. It should read “enter for a chance to win ms points”.

    Details make you pros.

    • My pet peeve: People who comment on stories to correct the spelling of something or to play grammar police, then they never make another comment ever again on the site. We appreciate the correction, but also hope that you do more with your time then just hopping onto a site to correct grammar and then you run off again.

  4. me says:

    Hey man, No I love the site. I think it’s awesome and you dudes have done a great job in such a short amount of time. It’s because I like the site that I occasionally point out some problems. I know it’s just a blog, but the videogame reporting business is changing (see penny arcade report), and I think the site would be better served by stronger reporting. This starts with the little details, such as grammar and spelling and proper journalism. What follows this is greater respect from the people in the industry on whom you’re reporting resulting in interviews, review copies of games, more credibility with readers, etc.

    Then again, what do I know? I was seriously just trying to help.

    • No problem, man. Didn’t mean to make it sound like I was bashing you, it was more fueled by past comments from members who only post to make a correction and never post when there is SEGA related stuff to discuss. Glad you’re enjoying the site, and don’t take my reply negatively. Just wanted to get that off my chest.

    • Aki-at says:

      Not that I dsiagree with you, but I do not really consider myself a games journalist of any kind, just an enthusiastic SEGA fan. I might sometimes take time off work or even focus just so I can contribute to this site (For example, hardly on the podcast because it’s recording time clashes with my sleep time, which is need for me since I sometimes start at 8am!)

      Though thanks for the concern, sometimes we might be busy and post articles rashly, unable to check for errors throughly (Like me for example, typing from my work!) but we do look to ensure that our other members of staff manage to check through various articles and correct broken links, spelling mistakes and other errors.

      Anyway I’ve seen you post in other blog posts so you’re alriiiiiight.

  5. me says:

    No worries guys. You’re doing good work!

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