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Posted on Wednesday, April 23 @ 12:06:34 PST by Duke_Ferris
Moving, if you didn't know, sucks, and it got in the way of my Manifesto-ing yesterday. But I'll make it up to you today with a secret inside joke from Capcom.

As many of you may have seen already, Capcom accidentally shipped Okami for the Wii with an IGN watermark on the cover. Gee, I wonder where the graphic designer got their source material? Oops! Needless to say, however, they were not happy about it.

So yesterday, this video turns up on YouTube. It's pretty weird, but I happen to know it was some of the crew over at Capcom who made it.

The joke? Pause it on the order screen at the end and read the fine print: "Caution: Artwork may contain watermarks!"

Anyway, to make up for their mistake, Capcom will be announcing today that they will be sending out free replacement cover inserts for anyone who wants one, with new, original artwork (and hopefully a hidden GR logo).


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