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The Best Damn Commercial Show Period
By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on March 30, 2007   |   Episode 11 (Show Archive)  

   
As we near our sixth anniversary it's fun to go back in time and remember all of the crazy stuff we used to do on Defunct Games. With our schedules, reviews and long running shows you might think that Defunct Games has always been a cohesive site full of opinions and humor. But that simply isn't the case. Years ago we were struggling to figure out what we could do to make a difference. All of these other sites had reviews, editorials and the occasional humorous article, but Defunct Games needed to be different. We decided to offer up old and funny video game television commercials, an archive full of classic clips you weren't seeing anywhere else. Of course, these days you can find these sorts of videos practically anywhere, that's what a website like YouTube is good at. We haven't posted new commercials in years, but we do still have a large archive hidden on the site that deserves to be mentioned. We decided that maybe it was about time to unearth this crazy collection of advertisements, but give it a facelift and an easy to understand format. From time to time we're going to offer you a short video full of some of our favorite classic game commercial memories, all of which come from an archive we used to update on a regular basis. Call it a clips show, call it generic and pointless, but I think you'll get a kick out of at least a few of these commercials. As we near our sixth anniversary I feel that it's important to remember our past, and that's why I'm proud to bring you The Best Damn Commercial Show Period: Vol. 1!

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