Slip this one in the creepy
According to New Hampshire Union Leader
, a GameStop in Manchester put on a little Halo 3
launch party which involved a pre-launch Halo 2
tournament. When GameStop managers announced no one under 18 was allowed to play in the tournament (as Halo 2
is a M-rated game), several teens left the store, where they found the event's co-sponsor, local US Air Force recruiters.
While GameStop managers refused to let the kids play Halo 2
inside the store, the recruiters offered these same kids, "...pizza, Mountain Dew and a chance to play Halo 2
on a split screen from the back of a pimped-out military SUV.
While we do not know if any gamers signed their lives over to the Air Force that night, we do know that a similar event for the launch of Madden '08
last month netted two new recruits.
Does this give anyone else the heebeejeebees? Ick.
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