Unlucky for some, it’s Friday 13th this week, and to mark the occasion, a new horror video game is launching with what’s believed to be the world’s first ‘superstitious ad campaign’ - turning specially trained black cats into walking adverts for the launch of F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin on the day itself.
Apparently, people are extra vigilant about looking out for signs of bad luck on Friday 13th, so on that day, a team of black cats (a traditional sign of bad luck) dressed in little F.E.A.R 2 branded jackets and cat harnesses, will hit the streets of London with their trainers hoping to capture the attention of superstitious shoppers.
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'FEAR 2: Project Origin' Video Game Launches with Superstitious Campaign
- By: Ben DuttonFeb 11, 2009