Wow a Bliz promotion I can actually be part of. Raby is a little out of the way but Sunday I will totally be digging a horde burger at the Annandale. Look for a maroon and white Harley.For the critics of this marketing strategy, this is some next level stuff. The problem with promoting games is that it is all so heady, so you know:"Be the the mighty hero that conquest take up the sword and smite... etc" It's all so teenage power trip. With this, the wrestling, and hell remember the custom chopper competition (that the horde won - forcing Alliance fans to pay for their equivalent but way less cool bike).All these types of promotions make the game more visceral. You can taste it, smell it, see it in humans actually on the street. It's not about tricky animation or a false ego boost. It's about being in the World... of Warcraft.Spot the reference
Oh Hell, it's all in good fun! Stop over thinking it all and just enjoy it.
"Electric blue bun". Way too radioactive for my taste, I feel I am going to get an accidence if I eat that =)
So how are you supposed to eat these and live?
Well, decided to go and give these burgers a go. Just got back from The Raby Tavern.Tasted pretty decent, but the buns were not coloured at all. Just standard brown buns. Pretty disappointing.Seems like WoW was just used for the free advertising. Guess it worked because they got my business.Don't waste your time heading out for this though, as definitely not as advertised.
Hey Diabolis, Can you shoot an email through to email@example.com? Not ideal that you just got the regular buns, we should be able to help you out with that! Cheers!