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Posted on Wednesday, November 7 @ 21:24:01 PST by Duke_Ferris
Apparently that's what the advertising agency Superfad seems to think. So what happens when both Sony and Target hires them?

You get eerily identical TV commercials, apparently. I'd actually be pissed off if I was either Sony or Target. Not that they're bad commercials - at least as far as the PS3 is concerned, I'd say it was an improvement.

However, when you pay top dollar for original concepts, you should expect exactly that.

To really see how much alike they are, turn off the sound and hit play on both of them at roughly the same time (the PS3 ad runs slightly longer).

Well spotted by PS3Fanboy.

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