Fury Sends Out E-mails Calling You a Loser

Posted Fri, Jan 25, 2008 by Aelryn

Brilliant marketing campaign, guys.

According to WarCry's Razorwire, the Fury team has been sending out e-mails to try to get people who tried the game once and then left to come back and give it another go. Trouble is, they do it by insulting them.

From: [email protected]
Time: 12:08 AM

Chances are... you are a
Or will you prove us wrong?
In the 3 months since release, tens of thousands of people have played FURY and every single one of them has lost at least one game! That's right - not one unbeaten player exists in our database. And the stats show that once you have won 3 games, you are extremely likely to play dozens, if not hundreds more games.
So, we'd love you to come back and check out all the changes and improvements and discover that winning feeling.
For a start it is easier to stay alive now, and there are new game types specifically designed for new players. We have also added AI Bots (and they love losing), new gametypes, new maps, fixed the GUI lag and hundreds of bugs plus loads of other stuff. You can find out more about all the changes at
We have also introduced the Chosen which allows you to play FREE FOREVER. Why not show your friends you are not a loser as well by bringing them along, they can play for FREE! Just get them to follow the instructions found here
Cya in game (unless, of course, you want to remain a loser).
The FURY Team

Read more at Razorwire, and then join the discussion.

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