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The Best Video Game Vines To Follow

If you’re unaware, Vine is a new subset of Twitter that, much like its text-based brother, allows users to post very short messages online in the form of videos. As it turns out, video game creators, developers, and publishers can be very creative when it comes to utilizing a visual medium, and these are some of our favorite Vine accounts worth following, with highlights of our favorite videos.

The big three, Microsoft, Nintendo, and Sony, all have dedicated Vine accounts. None have output much yet, but if you want a peek into the behind the scenes of each of its events, Vine is a good place to take a look.

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PlayStation

Nintendo

Bethesda Softworks
Bethesda likes to use Vine to tease things. Since its first few ambiguous Vines with burning sunflowers and barbed wire, its Vines have moved onto the more practical display of products and events.

Infinity Ward
As it turns out, a seven second Vine is just enough time to tease things, and the Call of Duty account likes to do just that.

Alternatively, the official Infinity Ward Vine account posts more interesting stuff, like the new internal transportation method in the studios, and video of the actor dog who will be portraying Riley in Call of Duty: Ghosts.

Telltale Games
Telltale has been quiet on the Vine front since its Walking Dead: 400 Days teases, but it would be silly to not assume that more seven second clips won’t be coming soon.

Head to page two to see even more Vines from from notable video game industry personalities.

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