Up until the very end of this commercial, the entire thing comes across as a Nike ad—not something about Pokémon. That’s just how fierce it is.
Independent mobile developer Tom Young couldn’t afford a big budget Kate Upton commercial like the Game of War: Fire Age folks for his puzzle game, so he just took Carl’s Jr.’s ad instead. The results are wonderfully bizarre.
Call the doctor, Mario 0h-oh.
Is Taco Bell’s Steak Doubledilla more exciting than an N64 at Christmas? Or how to turn a cherished childhood memory into cold hard cash, via Mr. Raccoon.
Nissin Cup Noodle – best friend of college students everywhere – has released its latest commercial that features Japanese pro tennis player Kei Nishikori, playing tennis with a wooden sword. I'd say this is crazy if it didn't actually look pretty awesome.
I'm not one for getting needlessly wistful about the past, but certain things will set me off from time to time. Take this old sound card commercial for the AdLib Music Synthesizer card.
Available today where ever an Android gamer cries out for an analog stick, Power A's MOGA gaming controller invites you to offend complete strangers with your outrageous trash talk.
YouTube artist and Guild Wars 2 fan MattVisual takes a stab at World of Warcraft in his Get a Mac parody "Guild Wars 2: Vs Other MMOs". The man has a point.
Compared to the company's unbridled success of the past five years, Nintendo in 2011 has its back to the wall. It needs now, more than ever, effective marketing to help sell its products.
I was wondering when Activision was planning on returning to the dual pistol-wielding line cook from that live-action Call of Duty: Black Ops commercial. Welcome back, old friend. Things have escalated since we last met.
It's time for a video Speak-Up on Kotaku! Commenter FuzzleMail takes issue with this AlienWare commercial for depicting gamers as bloodthirsty domination maniacs.
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.
With each new major PlayStation 3 release comes a new video starring Kevin Butler, Sony's VP of game commercials. In this Gran Turismo 5 spot he claims responsibility for the game's greatness, and claims a sporty little number for himself.
This never before seen, by me, trailer for Super Meat Boy is a take on the 80s-style video game commercials we really should see more of these days.
That delightful Japanese commercial celebrating Super Mario Bros' 25th anniversary has received a surprise extended cut. Only thing is, there's no new footage.
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.
EA is dropping a huge portion of the Dante's Inferno advertising budget this Sunday with the company's first Super Bowl commercial, hoping to capture the massive cross-section of football fans familiar with the work of Dante Alighieri.
The 30-second version was nice, but I love the little details Nintendo threw in for the extended cut of the commercial. The passenger paying the panhandler in rupees; the Hyrule crest on the brass of the train fittings; the subway lights becoming torches; all hallucinations I've had at some point in the past 15 years.