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Submitted by ITFGaming 530d ago | opinion piece

Make the cheesy video game ads go away

Darryl Linington from ITF Gaming writes: I love video games, I think we all do; however, I find myself wanting to throw myself against a cheese grater every time I see a video game/console commercial on TV lately. (3DS, Culture, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

stubbed_out  +   530d ago
Oh dear, can see where this guy is coming from.

http://www.youtube.com/watc...
ITFGaming  +   530d ago
LOL!
thorstein  +   530d ago
Fantastic Article. Well written and poignant. And I agree wholeheartedly.
ITFGaming  +   530d ago
Thanks!
Jagsrock  +   530d ago
yea video game ads should be nothing more than a well put together trailer of the game. no need for fake smiling actors and cheesy dialog.
ITFGaming  +   530d ago
I could not agree more.
GeisT  +   530d ago
I miss the awesome commercial for Black Ops 1. That burger guy at the end with the pistols makes me laugh every time.

Also it was kinda cool to see FPS Russia in BO2 ads.

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