Halo Infinite cereal ?

I think that would be a good idea. It could have shape’s like Spartan’s, Grunt’s, and Elite’s with Master Chief shaped green marshmallows. The flavor could maybe be apple and cinnamon. And it could maybe have a dlc inside specially marked packages.

Anybody else think this is a good idea ?.

To cut the various shapes, we are looking at quite the cost for a gimmick marketing tool. Would this really intrigue people to look into getting the new Xbox and Halo Infinite or would it just be an item the die-hards would like? It’s an entirely different thing to do what Halo 3 did and sponsor an already-made beverage.

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> To cut the various shapes, we are looking at quite the cost for a gimmick marketing tool. Would this really intrigue people to look into getting the new Xbox and Halo Infinite or would it just be an item the die-hards would like? It’s an entirely different thing to do what Halo 3 did and sponsor an already-made beverage.

Nintendo has done Mario cereals… Super Mario Cereal and that’s a pretty good cereal. Also Microsoft is making Xbox body wash and stuff so… Xbox Beauty Supplies

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> Nintendo has done Mario cereals… Super Mario Cereal and that’s a pretty good cereal.

Because Mario is a kids game and kids eat cereal. Halo has a different target (i.e., probably boys ages 13-30).

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> Because Mario is a kids game and kids eat cereal. Halo has a different target (i.e., probably boys ages 13-30).

Everybody eats cereal though, not just kids. And it makes a lot more sense then the Xbox hygiene product line

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> Everybody eats cereal though, not just kids. And it makes a lot more sense then the Xbox hygiene product line

Lol there was an Xbox hygiene product-line? I’ll give you that it’s better than whatever disaster that was. Sure, everyone eats cereal, but the core cereal eaters are children.

Also, don’t get me wrong, if there was a halo cereal, I’d try it out.

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> > > > > To cut the various shapes, we are looking at quite the cost for a gimmick marketing tool. Would this really intrigue people to look into getting the new Xbox and Halo Infinite or would it just be an item the die-hards would like? It’s an entirely different thing to do what Halo 3 did and sponsor an already-made beverage.
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> Lol there was an Xbox hygiene product-line? I’ll give you that it’s better than whatever disaster that was. Sure, everyone eats cereal, but the core cereal eaters are children.

Yes there is going to be Xbox hygiene products… https://kotaku.com/xbox-to-sell-neon-green-body-wash-1835248656

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> Yes there is going to be Xbox hygiene products… https://kotaku.com/xbox-to-sell-neon-green-body-wash-1835248656

Lol. That’s terrible, but it’s still cheaper to sponsor products that are already made (with just green dye added to them) than form new machines to cut new shapes into cereal.

I don’t per se have a problem against cereal as a marketing tool, it has to do with the image of Halo and what Halo is. Halos 1-Reach were adult games. Halos 4 and 5 have been too cartoonish and childish. So I’m hesitant to sponsor a product mostly for kids. If we are talking about sponsoring a beer (bad idea, MSFT won’t do this, but just as a hypothetical), this is different. I want Halo to go back to being an adult wargame, not some cartoon. This is comparable to what Halo 3 did in sponsoring a soda (not quite a child beverage, and something gamers love: Mt. Dew).

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> Lol. That’s terrible, but it’s still cheaper to sponsor products that are already made (with just green dye added to them) than form new machines to cut new shapes into cereal.

I mean cereal companies make new shapes all the time, and so do soup companies. I don’t think it would be to expensive, especially if 343 and Microsoft got Kellogg’s or General Mills to handle making the cereal like how Nintendo did with the Mario cereals.

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> Lol. That’s terrible, but it’s still cheaper to sponsor products that are already made (with just green dye added to them) than form new machines to cut new shapes into cereal.
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> I don’t per se have a problem against cereal as a marketing tool, it has to do with the image of Halo and what Halo is. Halos 1-Reach were adult games. Halos 4 and 5 have been too cartoonish and childish. So I’m hesitant to sponsor a product mostly for kids. If we are talking about sponsoring a beer (bad idea, MSFT won’t do this, but just as a hypothetical), this is different. I want Halo to go back to being an adult wargame, not some cartoon. This is comparable to what Halo 3 did in sponsoring a soda (not quite a child beverage, and something gamers love: Mt. Dew).

I mean it doesn’t need to be cartoonish, it could have awesome box art that isn’t cartoonish. I think it could be done in a good way that appeals to everybody. I honestly think it would be much better then a Doritos or Mountain Dew thing.