Re-Watch Super Bowl Video Game Ads

Missed the Super Bowl? Here are the commercials for video games shown during the big game.

Actor Liam Neeson in the Clash of Clans Super Bowl ad
Actor Liam Neeson in the Clash of Clans Super Bowl ad

Last night's Super Bowl XLIX was stuffed with commercials. Some were great, and others were kind of strange. But we're not here to debate the creative merits of the ads, which cost as much as $4.5 million for 30 seconds. There were actually a few commercials for video games, and if you missed them, we've collected them below, along with the new spot for Jurassic World, because it was pretty great.

Notably, all the video game ads this year were for free-to-play mobile games, not console titles. A sign of the death of console games? That seems like a stretch. One explanation could simply come down to timing. After all, the new release slate in February is quite light, with new releases like Evolve and The Order: 1886 leading the way. And those are new IPs, too, not established franchises that would be more likely to resonate with the 100 million-plus people who watched the Super Bowl.

Clash of Clans:

Game of War: Fire Age

Heroes Charge:

Pac-Man (the theme of a Bud Light commercial)

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Jurassic World:

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