Online piracy is a problem for copyright holders, there's no question there. However, Japan's latest ad campaign against the illegal uploading of copyrighted materials has been causing a bit of a stir due to its apparent demonization of Japanese otaku in one of the ads.
There's a new Snickers ad with Godzilla in it just in time for the new movie. Did I say Godzilla? Because the whole thing looks just like an imaginary Denver, the Last Dinosaur movie. You can watch the clip below:
The UK's live-action Mortal Kombat Vita ad campaign continues, swapping out Kitana for another of the game's femme fatales and making a poor model navigate treacherous terrain in the least-sensible shoes imaginable.
The official live-action trailer for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 isn't supposed to hit until Sunday. But it's started popping up on website ads late Friday night so we grabbed a copy.
This creepy little clip is supposed to be the first commercial for the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, aka the PlayStation Phone. I'd say we found out what's become of the advertising team behind those PlayStation 3 baby ads.
The sharp-eyed bloggers over at Aggrogate noticed something amiss with today's issue of freebie New York newspaper Metro. Instead of a sexy cover for the pub's Sex Issue, the Metro was wrapped with a faux cover dedicated to the panic in London caused by puzzles.
When they're not making Disney television shows about living in suites located in hotels and cruise ships, the Sprouse brothers are busy hawking goods. In this case, Nintendo goods.