How to know you've gone too far
05 August 2009
Your Live gamer score is six digits.
Bored with mere button press, you've moved on to
You've beaten all the games you own, mastered the most expert of levels. You experience the glory as the game cuts to the credits.
But it may be taking a turn for the worse…
You began renting to keep up with your compulsory need to master games.
You've started beating the games faster than they can make them. You've taken on titles you might not normally venture towards, but you're desperate, it's no longer a hobby, you NEED MORE.
As you deplete your rental store's shelves the inevitable becomes more and more of a reality...
You must play and master Disney's Hannah Montana: Spotlight World Tour.
So break out your dancin' shoes and get ready for “the best of both worlds” as you cut a rug and catwalk the planet shopping at all the hip fashion outlets frequented by the local transvestite community. Unlock secret drag queen designer havens in pursuit of the most uninspiring of wardrobes you can assemble.
You’ve questioned your motives but it’s to late now for you have heard the siren’s call, beckoning you past the point of no return. Feel the shame as you start to realize you like the music; you can hear it in your head those few times you’re not actually playing the game. Feel the unclean feeling every time you push the power button.
It’s obvious you have a problem. But you can’t talk about this to ANYONE. You swore you wouldn’t.
This is just between you and Hannah Montana now.