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US PR company The Redner Group is no longer working with 2K Games after yesterday's controversial Tweet in which it threatened reviewers - despite the agency's immediate apology. The US-based flack firm slipped up on Twitter by Tweeting: "Too many went too far with their [Duke Nukem Forever] reviews… we r reviewing who gets …

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It's a PR firm

"After eating such a huge portion of humble pie following the initial outburst, I can't help but feel a little sorry for The Redner Group. We all make mistackes."

I enjoyed the deliberate spelling mistake, but can't share sympathy - this was such a stupid PR blunder. It's easy to email or tweet something in haste and repent in leisure, but would you really want a company that did, representing your public image?

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No sympathy for bullies

There are several character flaws more worthy of sympathy than willing abuse of power.

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And the game isn't that bad at all - it's a retro piece, remember...

...stiched together from leftover pieces by Gearbox in the past couple of years.

It is overly narcisstic, sexist etc - whatever, that's the point in *ANY* Duke game

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PR firm was stupid, they should have simply pointed this out, showing how dumb most reviewers are.

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Public relations

Maybe The Redner Group should hire a professional PR firm to help them regain the faith of their customers.

If you accidentally drop a nuke on yourself, better call someone who has a fire extinguisher.

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