Until recently game consoles did not provide a real life gaming effect. This forced many enthusiasts to go out of their homes and play actual games. It was acceptable when a person wanted to play soccer or football. But there were some individuals who wanted to play war games. Unfortunately, those gamers could not go outside their homes to truly simulate war and nor did game consoles capture the real life strategy of war. The situation got worse when opponents played from countries that do not even have a good internet service like Afghanistan or Iraq.
One player got into a similar situation. George W Bush woke up one morning with the desire to play war games with his friends in Iraq. He had no choice but to go out with a real army because the launch of PS3 was delayed. I think Sony was facing some technical problems with cell processors. Bush decided to become President of US, so it happened. It was easy because he was born in the Imperial Bush family of US.
This war game has lasted for about 7 years. Bush thinks he won, but actually he ran out of time. His time is over. I feel it as well because now gas is back to less then $2.50 from all time high of $4.159. I remember when this emperor (also called President in modern English) was preparing for this war game, gas used to be $1.099.
Thanks to Sony and Nintendo, we now have good quality game consoles in all kind of sizes with real life graphics. I hope Obama has some money left from his campaign funds. I'd like him to buy each kind of good quality game consoles for every member of Bush family so they don't have to run another election for US President.