So did you enjoy the Super Bowl game last night? Were you disappointed by the final game result? Well, now that the game is over, how about checking out the other side of this year’s shindig – the SuperBowl ads? It is also the most anticipated highlight of this year’s Super Bowl, right?
There are actually two types of Super Bowl ads that were shown last night. Those which are general in nature and those that are technology related. We’ve selected five of these tech-related Super Bowl Ads as our favorites.
Google’s Parisian Love Super Bowl Ad
Google surprised everyone when their Parisian Love search-related commercial rolled out. For one thing, it’s very simple and did not have all the fanfare that other commercials have. Google’s Super Bowl commercial highlighted how useful its localized search engine is when it comes to everyone’s everyday life. Go Daddy’s Super Bowl XLIV Ad
Go Daddy’s Super Bowl commercial was the first video I watched. It features none other than the Go Daddy girl about to get a massage in a Spa when the therapist recognized her. The therapist happens to be a big fan of the Go Daddy Girl and wanted to be one herself. It’s short, snappy and suggestive of something naughty. That’s why I love it.
I don’t know about you but the Monster.com Super Bowl ad is not only cute but it delivers the message quite well. The fiddling Beaver definitely made wonders for this year’s Monster.com commercial.
EA’s Dante’s Inferno
EA’s Super Bowl spot features some cool CG animation from the game Dante’s Inferno with a mushy background. Would you go to hell for a hot chick clad in white?
Motorola Devour with Megan Fox
Aside from the Google Parisian Love, this Super Bowl commercial for Motorola Devour gets me simply because it’s funny and it topbills Maegan Fox in a tub sending out her photo to the Internet causing troubles for those who’ve seen it. And yes, it stars Maegan Fox. Ops, I just wrote that.
Watch more Super Bowl commercials online here.