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Sony's newest 'everything' ad is ver - STICK


8:00 AM on 11.22.2009



Damn it Sony. How in God's name did it take you this long to come up with a good ad campaign? *Sigh* Well, at least now that you've found one you're milking it for all that it's worth, and you're milking it really well. On Friday Playstation Blog revealed the next ad in the "It only does everything" ad campaign and it is once again hilarious.

This one focuses on the awesomeness of the Blu-ray player within the mighty PS3 and how it could appeal to those of a more elderly age. Kevin Butler, the Sony "rep" in all the ads, nails it again. While I think I still find the price drop rumor commercial to be the funniest (and not just because Destructoid is in it) this one is definitely a fantastic addition.

STICK.






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