Fake Kinect Ad

#1 Edited by CharlesAlanRatliff (5463 posts) -

So there was this ad posted on Eurogamer, which people thought was an ad for Kinect until it was recognized as an old seatbelt ad. When you watch it, try to think of it as a real ad for Kinect. It kind of makes me think of a commercial old Sony would have done. Artsy! 
 
It is a pretty cool commercial for seatbelts though. 
 
Edit: Here it is - 
 
  

#2 Posted by Ragdrazi (2283 posts) -

Not far off from the reality.

#3 Posted by Zero_ (1977 posts) -

Embedded: 
 
  

  I pretty much lose it at 0:19 with that head turn
#4 Posted by lucas_kelly (769 posts) -

That was a well made commercial anyway.

#5 Edited by AhmadMetallic (18954 posts) -
@Zero_ said:

" Embedded: 
 
  

  I pretty much lose it at 0:19 with that head turn "
what a load of cheesy family-friendly horse shit... god fucking damnit. 
#6 Posted by Apathylad (3067 posts) -

No way that could have worked as a Kinect ad, mostly because of that terrified expression the father has during the "car crash".

#7 Posted by apertura (196 posts) -

It's a seat belt awareness commercial. It has nothing to do with the Xbox. 
 
Only a website like Eurogamer would take this seriously and post it as a legit commercial. Do they honestly think Microsoft would put up an ad of a product that is supposed to be family-friendly containing loaded subjects like car crashes? No, they wouldn't.

#8 Posted by BeachThunder (12393 posts) -

=/ This ad makes no sense; can't he just imagine that he's wearing a seatbelt?

#9 Posted by SPACETURTLE (1622 posts) -
@Apathylad said:
" No way that could have worked as a Kinect ad, mostly because of that terrified expression the father has during the "car crash". "
This. 
 
Makes no sense when the commercial first appears to be targeted towards families and such, then suddenly this all horrible scenario gets all up in there. 
 
@Vito_Raliffe:
Eurogamer posted this as an actual Kinect commercial, you say? Or was this just an ad on Eurogamer for a use-seatbelt-campaign? If the first, EG are fucking idiots.
#10 Posted by ryanwho (12082 posts) -

This is a pretty well known seat belt ad that cut short before the impact. You'd have to be pretty stupid to fall for it. Gamers. Like literally, first video that pops up when you google "seat belt ad" is this commercial (in full). Make an article about anything, thank god GB is in on this 'post now verify later' bullshit now too.

#11 Posted by Ragdrazi (2283 posts) -

I don't think the person who made this thought that people were going to take it seriously. It's a parody.

#12 Posted by CharlesAlanRatliff (5463 posts) -
@SPACETURTLE: They posted it as a real Kinect ad. They have fixed the error since though, but people can watch it at their site still if they wish.
#13 Posted by wefwefasdf (6729 posts) -

Click it or ticket!

#14 Posted by SPACETURTLE (1622 posts) -
@Vito_Raliffe:  
Hah! Bravo, Eurogamer...
#15 Posted by VIGGO123 (553 posts) -

Well, even though this is a fake, it's a pretty damn good commercial.

#16 Posted by phrosnite (3518 posts) -

lol! You call this a good commercial? omg...

#17 Edited by zonerover (580 posts) -
@phrosnite:  This is officially better than any of Nintendo's ads. Whether that's a good thing or not is another matter entirely...
#18 Posted by Ineedaname (4319 posts) -

It's a visual representation of what Kintect should be.
A car crash.

#19 Posted by NekuSakuraba (7184 posts) -

That...was...GREAT!

#20 Posted by natetodamax (19219 posts) -

I think it's foreshadowing.

#21 Posted by Gamer_152 (14109 posts) -

This was mistaken for an actual Kinect ad? Christ, I'm losing faith in humanity.

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