Hey, There's A Rick And Morty Commercial For God Of War: Ragnarok

Hey, There's A Rick And Morty Commercial For God Of War: Ragnarok ...

Rick and Morty had a commercial for God of War: Ragnarok that aired on television last night. Why? I dont know. Because everything, for the rest of the time, will now be composed entirely out of repeating memes?

Rick and Morty is a popular game on Adult Swim. There were those McDonalds sauce dishes that I hated, and then there are all the shambolic people who recite it on Twitch or something. Im the baddie. Youre right and I'm wrong. But since everyone else at Kotaku is celebrating Labor Day, I'm left as the only one to paste this YouTube link in for you.

See how Rick and Morty's power interaction is similar to the father-son bond in God of War? Or would you know, Rick, or Morty, whatever is the previous one, isn't looking after the shorter one at all. From the beginning the humor arises.

Im sorry. I bet Zack is a big fan. Hell may be enraged with me for my philistine ways and lack of appreciation for this modern masterpiece. I doubt it. However, after seeing the above commercial, I feel like I'll be looking forward to Ragnarok for about 3.8 percent less.

Aber, you know, what says high art better than selling out for whatever company is willing to pay for the moving drawings and the man who quotes the accompanying words? It's possible that they'll do the same for Death Stranding, and I'm sure they'll do the same for whoever removes two dollar-sign-marked bags on their desk next.

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Justin Roiland, the co-creator of R&M, is also developing his own game, the absolutely terrible-looking High On Life, which as far as I can tell stars Rick and Morty as two irritating guns.

There is a Rick and Morty commercial for God of War: Ragnarok on the way. It's done. The task is complete. And my YouTube algorithm will serve me clips of this sodding program for weeks. Please don't hesitate to leave resentful remarks.