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 REX TAM said on August 15th, 2006

so good!The picture is very attractive、Stimulation!

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 yulia said on August 15th, 2006

love it. play again. start over.

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 ivan said on August 15th, 2006

Cheeeeeeeezy! Bleh

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 chris said on August 15th, 2006

brilliant

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 Dam said on August 15th, 2006

Great animation, stunning rendering and message across.

Well done

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 todd said on August 16th, 2006

wow, it is so amazing they took a violent video game and made it nice. (lame) i hope this wasn’t fensky.

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 Fabian Nöthe said on August 16th, 2006

have you ever seen the
World of Warcraft-Spot by Coca-Cola?

Have a Look at:
http://blog.insnet.de/2006/coca-cola-video-game-style-2/

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 stevehappens said on August 17th, 2006

this spot is straight up awesome.

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 Mr. Roper said on August 17th, 2006

more to the origins and who worked on it on the WK studio blog.

http://wkstudio.typepad.com

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 jebus said on August 18th, 2006

La la la la-la-la-la Awesome.

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 sadbuttrue said on August 20th, 2006

Surely another srong contender for next Cannes.

The twist of using a well known game across the universe and use it for the brand advantage is NOT new, but maybe because I am playing GTA, then I can relate with the ad. (Does it make me their target audience? Brilliant!).

I wonder how this ad affect the people who never experienced Grand Theft Auto?

Another brilliant idea is using the Bugsy Malone’s song…whoever choose that song is smartly added strong cues to this easy-to-remember fabulous but sweet spot.

Great stuff.

This exactly what the world needs. We are tired to visualisation of catastrophe on Holywood movie craps. Bring on the love! We need another Walt Disney!

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