Games succeed or fail largely because of their advertising and public relations teams. If the marketing team is strong and their plan is solid, then the game stands a better chance of surviving and being successful. But if any of the parts of the marketing chain are weak, then the game runs the very real risk of hitting at the wrong time, in the wrong place, with the wrong idea and it can fail…miserably. So we decided to take a look at ten of the games that had a terrible marketing plan, team, idea, or whatever.
9 Examples of the Worst Marketing in Gaming