Playstation Greatness Awaits Who Are You Commercial

Playstation Greatness Awaits Who Are You Commercial
16 votes, 3.94 avg. rating (78% score)
June 13, 2013


Commercial for Sony Playstation that features a man walking down a city street, after crashing his car into a pole while playing Cat’s Cradle. As he walks he talks to the camera, as if talking to us. He asks, “Who are you?” a bunch of times as the city background changes as if multiple imaginations were converging right behind him. Then, when his speech is all done, ending with “We will not be denied.” he goes past the camera to join the massive amount of Playstation characters battling. He backhands one of the Infected from The Last of Us, screams out a battle cry, and continues to fight his way through the crowd.

Script: ” Who are you not to be great? You, with the imagination of a brilliant child and the powers of an ancient god. Who are you to be ordinary? You, who can resend life, or raise the dead. Who are you to be afraid? You, who can serve as judge and jury while hoarding infinite lives. Or who are you to be a slave to the past? You, who can travel time like the oceans, and rewrite history with a single word. Who are you to be anonymous? You, who’s name should be spoken in reverent tones, or in terrified whispers. And who are you to deny greatness? If you would deny it to yourself, you would deny it to the entire world. And we will not be denied. “

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5 User Reviews

  • Dozer says:

    Wimpy hipster fruitcup. He couldn’t even climb a hill with a pack on. Being a gamer doesn’t entitle you to a sickly bloated ego. A real weapon doesn’t operate like a control pad.

  • Iceflame says:

    The speech was very inspiring and i really enjoyed watching it.

  • Utah says:

    The speech was awesome! It’s a very moving commercial, you missed the point therefor you are not worthy.

  • Val says:

    I really enjoyed the monologue. Actually took the time to look it up, trying to make sure it originated from this commercial. The shorter version advertised on Hulu eliminates the awkward flow in the beginning and end. Overall, I liked it :)

  • The Path says:

    This is the way I live each everyday… whether base jumping, racing motorcycles at 200 mph, kicking in drug dealers doors, or teaching ignorant fools some manners… this is a normal day in My Life!