>ITT we post pictures of fake brands in anime
>All this proprietary software
Something not computer related.
That sounds like some Spurdo Sparde shit
That sounds like a cigarette brand made by Wario
There was a similar request thread on a russian board.
Here we go.
Stop sexualizing bakos you bastard.
New level of hidden advertising, eh?
what the fuck is that sticky thing, april 1st is gone already
Picrelated is funny-thing-is-san in final shirobako episode, just in case if anyone wonders.
HS pleb, go away.
That's it, my pack is now empty.
There were a few shots with russian subs, but you gotta deal with it.
I particularly like the use of an actual cat photograph.
Years of looking at images on /a/ and barely reacting, but now I actually crack up because of images like these.
It's so weird which things trigger human emotion and which don't.
What are these companies even concerned about showing their logos?
All they ever do is eat their food happily. It's not like they take a bite and turn into monsters.
I don't want to sound culturally ignorant, but you'd think they'd let it slide seeing as how manga/anime is such an ingrained part of Japan.
Although it's probably just about money. Money the studios can't spare.
Heres a 3 in 1
From the same episode, I can't deal with all this inconsistency.
Sponsoring works both ways, it's usually for the good, I don't know how these laws are set in place exactly, but at least when you come to an agreement and do it as result of a sponsorship, both parties now what the deal is.
Maybe some companies don't want their name attached to a certain show, which might lead to lawsuits, so that's also a reason they avoid actually naming the brand.
Given that it's sly to still add the brand but rename it, it's still nothing that could really lead to a lawsuit, unlike actually doing it.
So usually when you see an actual logo/name, it's because they both reached to an agreement.
No Peccaries, but have a Bocari Sweet instead!
Super-spicy voice acting and scary childlike drawings
"Yes I'd like this grand slam."
"I think you should try this grand slam! It comes with bacon and sausage!"
Shouldn't Snickers be paying them? It's free advertisement after all.
Guess I don't understand economics.
wait a minute, that wallpaper...
>unlocked the special harem route in less than a day
H-heh, what a w-weirdo...
Honestly at this point I don't think it's even possible to not use steam. Unless you want to miss out on like 2/3erds of all games being released. And then most of the remainder require something much, much worse.