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FIFA 12 TV Ad Starring Wayne Rooney, Pique, Kaka and Benzema (Video)

During half-time of Manchester United against Arsenal on Sunday, EA Sports premiered their new TV commercial for FIFA 12.

The FIFA 12 TV ad stars Wayne Rooney, Gerard Pique, Kaka and Karim Benzema. The concept is “Love football, play football.” Did they succeed in their intentions? Does the ad get you excited about buying the game, or not? Share your honest feedback in the comments section below.

FIFA 12 will be available late September, 2011.

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5 Responses to FIFA 12 TV Ad Starring Wayne Rooney, Pique, Kaka and Benzema (Video)

  1. Neil O says:

    Hells yeah.

  2. Daniel says:

    It’s worth watching just to see Rooney flick a bird into dust.

  3. pablo says:

    worst ad i have ever seen tbh

    i dont see how anyone would buy fifa 12 BECAUSE OF THAT AD
    i buy every fifa no matter what [only game i play] but to those who are 50-50, this ad wouldnt have helped at all

  4. I agree with Pablo, especially compared to the PES adverts this ad is much more forgettable.

  5. Greg says:

    What I want to know is how much did they pay Rooney for that ad

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