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Wow. That was...actually really good.
If the next GTA has graphics that smooth, I'll be very happy.
gay. gay but brilliant.
That could make a fun game
It would've been about a thousand times more fun than what GTA IV actually was.
GTA IV needs to have some sort of morality meter. If you're too nice, this is what happens.
It's the little touches that makes it for me.
our parents think "whats so funny about that cartoon man doing nice things??"
I would actually play this, I think. But only if it was that over the top and surreal.
I would play this too.
I didn't expect to like it.
trying way to hard there, and still with the typical sappy coca-cola ending.
This commercial is a demographic coup.
I'm shocked and impressed that Coca-Cola would make something this smart.
I despise this
FoxTrot did this at least 3 years ago
5 stars for reminding me of the "nice city" plotline.
Fuck all you haters. Good commercials are few and far between. And this falls in the category of "good."
CJ should have popped outta no where and smoked this bitch ass nigga drinkin sprite or colt 45 or sumthin
5 stars for using the song from Bugsy Malone.
I saw this commercial in a theater and I was blown away.
This is good advertising, people.
Five stars for the dancing rats.
Why do people like this? It's like GTA except instead of shooting people he runs around doing nice things. It's like the total opposite of what you expect! wow!
Coke still sucks. Show me a more evil corporation. I don't care how many smart people they can hire to pile shit down our brain-sacks. Humans must die.
I WANNA RUN AWAY
NEVER SAY GOODBYE
I WANNA SHUT THE DOOR
AND OPEN UP MY MIND
Coke is evil.
This is genius.
There's gotta be 5 stars in there somewhere.
This commercial accomplished 3 things:
1. A GTA clone where you help people in the most awesome way possible.
2. To plug in my old copy of GTA: San Andreas.
3. A Coke.
I believe it has served it's purpose, yes.