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Submitted by Phil32 1200d ago | opinion piece

19 More Terrific Gaming Commercials

SPC writes, "Time for some more nostalgia and memories! Exactly a week ago I posted a story concerning what I perceived to be the better gaming commercials out there -- my personal favorites. Since I couldn't possibly fit all of my favorites into just 21 selections, I'm at it again with 19 more gaming commercials that left an impact on me and that I enjoy. It's no secret that a good ad is important in getting some mind share about your game and getting people who haven't been following it to show some interest. These commercials do just that by either having a lot of gameplay in them, being funny and/or clever, or simply being awesome." ( Pikmin 2, Animal Crossing, Culture, Kid Icarus: Uprising, Kingdom Hearts II, LittleBigPlanet, Metroid Other M, Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction, Sonic Generations, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Viva Pinata)

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