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So star power is a thing in games now?

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So star power is a thing in games now?

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ZionHalcyon
10.10.2019 , 08:53 PM | #1
I mean, Cyberpunk is getting Keanu Reeves.


And SWTOR Onslaught gets....Nickleback.


Look at this Photograph....

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ceryxp
10.10.2019 , 09:06 PM | #2
Yeah, but Fallen Order is getting Cameron Monaghan. I wanna do baaad things.
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SerraShar
10.10.2019 , 09:17 PM | #3
I wish they added Sexy Trinity Carrie Anne Moss to cyberpunk . Not much into Keenus Reeves cult...

But yeah lol

Considering how much they don't care...thats surprising actually lol

Maybe elvis would've been a better choice huh ? Oh wait...he is long dead..then again..if you bring Baldies Malgus...why not the king ? :P
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10.11.2019 , 12:13 AM | #4
Quote: Originally Posted by ZionHalcyon View Post
I mean, Cyberpunk is getting Keanu Reeves.


And SWTOR Onslaught gets....Nickleback.


Look at this Photograph....
You're late to that party. Sorry.

Oh, and Star Power as a draw in video games is a *lot* older than SWTOR 6.0. Consider 1994's Under a Killing Moon, which had a big pile of live-action video sequences starring Margot Kidder aka Lois Lane from the early Superman films.
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10.11.2019 , 05:21 AM | #5


Funny how that works. In the 60's and 70's and even into the 80's, bands of any music genre weren't 'cool' if you starred in a commercial, now it's commonplace because it helps to promote who they are. Star power is here to stay and it's only going to increase. See social media where Joe Blow becomes famous over night.
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OlBuzzard
10.11.2019 , 08:03 AM | #6
Quote: Originally Posted by ZionHalcyon View Post
I mean, Cyberpunk is getting Keanu Reeves.


And SWTOR Onslaught gets....Nickleback.


Look at this Photograph....
Don't remind me … frankly that photo looks pitiful !
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ForfiniteStories
10.11.2019 , 08:32 AM | #7
Quote: Originally Posted by ZionHalcyon View Post
I mean, Cyberpunk is getting Keanu Reeves.


And SWTOR Onslaught gets....Nickleback.
You'd think it'd be the other way round, but nooooo...

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RameiArashi
10.11.2019 , 08:43 AM | #8
Who?

What star power?

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Unperson
10.11.2019 , 12:02 PM | #9
Quote: Originally Posted by SteveTheCynic View Post
Oh, and Star Power as a draw in video games is a *lot* older than SWTOR 6.0. Consider 1994's Under a Killing Moon, which had a big pile of live-action video sequences starring Margot Kidder aka Lois Lane from the early Superman films.
Wing Commander III had John Rhys-Davies, Malcolm McDowell and *********** Mark Hamill! Keanu who?

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ceryxp
10.11.2019 , 12:57 PM | #10
One of the first, 1987's Mike Tyson's Punch Out!! for the NES.
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