PlayStation Classic ‘Mishear Rap’ Japanese TV spot

Mini-console due out on December 3.

PlayStation Classic

Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Asia has released a new TV spot for PlayStation Classic in Japan dubbed the “Mishear Rap.”

In it, Japanese actor Taiga plays a businessman who goes to a bar with his co-workers after work. During their chat, his mistakes the words said by the waiter and his co-workers as PlayStation Classic titles, and in the heat of the conversation, breaks out into a clever rap based on the console’s 20 titles.

PlayStation Classic is due out worldwide on December 3 for $99 / €99 / 9,980 yen. Find the full list of included titles here.

Watch the TV spot below.

“Mishear Rap” TV Spot

“Mishear Rap” TV Spot Making-Of

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