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Long Live Play, Long Live Michael
Posted on October 05, 2011 by MikeV

About a week ago Sony released a teaser trailer for some mysterious new thing to be released/announced on October 5, 2011, which is today. So with out further ado, here is the trailer to whatever it was Sony is advertising:


Turns out it was just a comercial advertising the new "Long Live Play" campaign that was launched last month by returning VP of everything Kevin Buttler. But this isn't just any comercial, this is an all star line up of some of Sony's best selling games, both thrid party and their own. Some of the most notable characters include:

  • Nathan Drake (Uncharted)
  • Lighting (Final Fantasy XIII)
  • Kratos and Athena (God of War)
  • Ghost (MW2)
  • Rico and Helgan soliders (Killzone)
  • Cole (inFamous)
  • Snake (MGS)
  • Issac Clark (Dead Space)
  • Sackboy (LittleBig Planet)
  • Chell (Portal 2)
  • Paul Phoniex (Tekken)
  • Sweet Tooth (Twisted Metal)
  • Sgt. Patterson (Medal of Honor)
  • Ezio (Assassins Creed II)
  • Chimera (Resistance)
  • Agent 47 (Hitman)
  • Little Sister (BioShock)

This has to be one of the best commercials that I've seen in while. Besides having the voice actors actually dressed up as the characters they play as, the comercial is doing what Kevin Buttler did during his bit at E3 2010. The comercial is celebrating the gamer as the driving force for these games. And without these gamers, Sony wouldn't be able to bring over such great game. To all of those who have battled gods and demons, terrroist who threaten peace, to those who think with portals and to those defending a world from invasion, Sony rases one to us.

MikeV - Staff Writer | all author's articles

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