PlayStation’s never been tight with the ad dollars when it comes to promoting a lot of its games, particularly in its Star Wars genre.
However, its latest effort to promote the release of its new EA’s Star Wars Battlefront II game is being hailed as one of its best.
The ad’s the work of BBH New York and follows two kids – the boy a Jedi and the young girl part of the Empire – as they take-up the light sabres and battle right through to adulthood. It almost plays out like some sort of laser-fuelled, demented love story.
Anyway, don’t take B&T’s word for it, check it out in all it fantastic Star Wars glory below:
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