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    Bleach & Heroes fan. Byuakuya's Avatar
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    Sounds interesting. She is not the best choice, but she is ok. Although I would have preferred someone younger, like mentioned previously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malys
    I think this is a good idea actually. The ad is meant for "older" people, who've possibly never played games before, but know who Kidman is since the 80's or so.
    Kidman advertises Brain Age -> Older non-gamers buy Wii for things like that.
    kidman doesnt have the brains to play brain age lol.

    She might be more interested more in TramaCenter, because then she might understand what they keep doing to her face everytime she goes in for surgery.

    haha

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    Nicole Kidman will help raise Nintendo's/DS's profile with older generations...?

    Why is everyone so bothered about Nicole Kidman? Its not like having Avril Lavigne or some "young" celeb is going to help sales by break into a new demographic.?

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