Song in PlayStation Now TV Commercial Ad Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand Song by The Platters

Song in PlayStation Now TV Commercial Ad Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand Song by The Platters

Information About PlayStation Now Commercial Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand Advert Song

PlayStation Now Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand commercial is the new TV commercial ad of PlayStation. PlayStation try to promote their products ‘PlayStation PlayStation Now, Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto V, PlayStation 4, Rockstar Games Grand Theft Auto Online, Sony Video Games Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End, Sony Video Games God of War, Ubisoft For Honor’ through PlayStation Now Commercial Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand Song by The Platters advertisement.

 

 

As hundreds of characters from various video games fall from the sky towards an unsuspecting suburban neighborhood, one PlayStation Now user simply has to select “Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End” for the game’s lead, Nathan Drake, to come crashing through his ceiling with his grappling hook in tow. PlayStation Now, offering hundreds of games on demand, is $9.99 per month.

Song in Now Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand PlayStation Advert

Song in Now Hundreds of Incredible Games on Demand PlayStation commercial is Twilight Time by The Platters.
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About The Platters

With classics such as “The Great Pretender,” “Only You,” and their rendition of “Smoke Gets in Your Eyes,” the Platters were one of the preeminent doo-wop groups of the rock & roll era. Under the guidance of manager and producer Buck Ram, the Platters churned out hit after hit during the 1950s, bridging the gap between more traditional vocal-group stylings and the popular R&B grooves of the early ’50s. Their sound was unique, marked by lead singer Tony Williams’ powerful vocals and the feminine touch of singer Zola Taylor. Although competing versions of the Platters confused the public for many years, original founding member Herb Reed eventually solidified his rights to the name and the group continued recording and performing in the 2010s.
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