I am so in awe right now. Shock and awe? Sure, why not. You see, I just watched the above clip of NBC's Life where the evidence needed to help find a killer (I presume) is somehow locked inside an Xbox.
And how would one get to that evidence? One must get to "Level 10" of Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones, a game which doesn't have such "levels", whereupon a magical screen appears showing tons of files. I truly enjoyed the Papyrus font text, "You Reached Level 6," et al.
Seriously? I am so tired of stupid NBC shows using tired video game stereotypes, like "levels" and "points", to forward their plots (see any recent episode of SVU). Or, wait, do I love it? Yes, the ridiculousness of it is appealing.
And, really, if lives were at stake and they needed to get through the game they should have just used the LB PoP: Two Thrones Walkthrough.
Better yet, detectives across the country who are experiencing a rash of locked evidence hidden inside video games and criminals following the plots of video games should really just get the LunaPass. It'd save them some money.
Hat tip to Joystiq