Classic Commercial - Spawn's Weapon Dealer
Spawn is a man that knows what he wants.
Weapons are working alone or together. A bludgeon can be either explicitly intended as such or be an article re-purposed Medieval Weapons during use for example, hitting a big shot with a mallet.
Its cool. I was simply stating the facts. And Yeah Kenshiro Kicks Ass *high five*
also i was just commenting on this commercial
ok i really dont care man its just my personal opinion you dont have to get serious about it. also nice mugshot fist of the north star rocks
And I'm Pretty Sure they also did the same thing for the other system exclusive Characters. The Game was multiplatform on Xbox, PS2, & GC each with an Exclusive Character. The PS2 & Sony had Heihachi Mishima. Nintendo & the Gamecube had Link.. Microsoft & Xbox had Spawn. Each of the exclusive characters each had their own Commercial like this one. EACH commercial also also Advertised the corresponding System each exclusive character was on.
bad joke sorry everyone
i know but listen to the voice at the end of he coomercial that says for the soul that burns theres no power greater than X im pretty sure they arent talking about megaman X
Exclusivity meant something. Bought this game just for Spawn.
That or he's got a couple more baseballs to buy...
His popularity was definitely waning by that point. Spawn dominated most of the 90s, and the comic book was outselling both Batman and the X-Men, which made both DC and Marvel fight very competitively to get MacFarlane(sp?) to sign over the rights to the character. He never did and made a boat-load of cash. Although recently it was announced that MacFarlane would make a brand new Spawn series, after citing years ago that he wouldn't sign the character over because the story had a beginning, middle, and end and he had no desire to see the character keep going. so I am guessing he needs to pay a few more bills.
I remember this commecical
MS didn't make this. Namco did.
Good times... Was Spawn popular back then?
microsoft is very cocky
Anyone else get reminded of the trunk full of weapons in Supernatural?
I remember this commercial... Right on the tail end of his relevancy...