In a last-ditch effort to turn the tide of the decade-spanning cola wars, Pepsi travels back in time 123 years to recover a pair of flavors fancy enough to secure a space in the premium section of the convenience store cooler.
Of course it is.
The world has seen some unusual Pepsi flavors. But the reigning champ for variety and inventiveness is still Japan.
And it's called "Pink Cola," because as you can see, yes, the drink is pink.
Meets Pepsi! Don't forget that that. Oh, and set in some desert wasteland. The soda's latest string of commercials star actor Shun Oguri and remind me of PS2 classic Shadow of the Colossus.
Listen. I don't know why this man is taking a bath in Pepsi. I don't know how he could possibly be enjoying it as much as he apparently is. All I know is, oh god, why is it fizzing like that?
As a man that at one point in his life consumed no less than four liters of vaguely citrus soda a day, I find it hard to believe that there was really a large demand for a mildly juice-infused Mountain Dew breakfast drink, yet here we are.
The chips launched earlier this year, and the…
In Japan, Pepsi regularly releases an array of, how should I say, unique flavors. Some of them, such as Salty Watermelon Pepsi, are not as bad as you think. Some,…
Japan is getting a new kind of Pepsi. It's a special kind. It's so special that the name of it is, well, Pepsi Special.
Oh come on. Come on. Who can't taste the difference between Coke and Pepsi? Coke is drier and chocolatey...er. Pepsi is sweeter and ... fizz...ier? For real, there is a complete and total difference between the two soft drinks, one that developers at Double Fine failed to recognize with any consistency. Come on.
It's quickly becoming an annual summer tradition: Pepsi Japan releases truly interesting flavors to help the country cool down.
One August ago, we showed you a Mario made of boxes of Pepsi soda cans. One year later, we are showing you Super Mario Made Of Soda Can Boxes 2.
From Axe body spray to Doritos chips, upcoming stealth game Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker is wall-to-wall product placement. Game designer Hideo Kojima explains why.
Witness the spectacular aftermath of a Coke versus Pepsi "display war" in a California grocery store.