If you're a gamer, maybe you've seen the ads for Evony. In short, it's another casual web game that's become absolutely infamous for basically using cleavage to get attention for the game, when there isn't anything like that in the actual gameplay. There was a recent Ars Technica story about how the infamy is even worse than that: allegations of spamming, said spamming being done through pyramid schemes (but no delivery on the goods), etc.
Anyways, as I mentioned PopCap's smash hit game Plants vs. Zombies, I couldn't help but notice reference to the company's satirical take on the Evony ads. Here's a quick comparison:
According to the Ars Technica article, PopCap won't discuss the ad campaign anymore, but I will– the Evony ads were totally worthy of satire.
PopCap = 1, Evony = not even 0, more like -1.
Maybe Evony, LLC will try to come out and sue me like they threatened Bruce on Games with such. Ha. Whatever. They'll be trying to squeeze blood from a stone, or water from a turnip at best.