Karl Marx once wrote, “Religion is the opiate of the masses.” Clearly, Comrade Karl did not anticipate the XBOX360.
Americans alone spend hours and hours each week playing video games, leading many big-name titles to make more money in their first week than most motion pictures. We line up for midnight releases, we frag our friends for sport every weekend, and we learn valuable life lessons that I pass on to you in this edition of 10 Thought Tuesday.
(One Mass Effect 2 spoiler ahead for those who haven’t played it through.)
10. My ability to wield a giant sword is directly proportional to the ridiculousness of my haircut.
Did I forget to mention my giant sword is also a gun?