Wreck-It Ralph's Hero's Duty gets a dubstep commercial

3:00 PM on 10.19.2012 // Nick Valdez
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Now featuring Skrillex! *wubwubwubwubwubwubwub*

Now we get the (final?) commercial for Wreck-It Ralph's fictional Litwak's Arcade. This time it's for the Halo-inspired Hero's Duty (just like I asked for last time), and it's got all the essentials of a modern day commercial. Some booming voice over guy, some alien things...and dubstep. Seriously, Skrillex created an original track for this commercial (not that I could tell from his other stuff) and it's all appropriately modern. 

As I've said before, the Litwak's Birthday promotion is the best part of the commercial as it shows how things have changed over the years. Now you get a points card instead of the two quarters like you would have gotten in the 80s. Once again, it's because of all that dern inflation. 

Oh! And if you want to see Wreck-It Ralph before all of your friends and be the most happenin' guy/gal/fancy Corgi around, you should totes enter Flixist and Destructoid's contest! Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to sing along to some dubstep now...wubwubwubwubwubwubwub. 

[via IGN]



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