The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recently classified gaming disorder in the International Classification of Diseases and I’m frankly surprised by the general lack of industry response.
I think the guys could open a half decent WWII museum with all of the stuff they have been acquiring both inside and outside the parameters of project Headshed. Connor recently picked up this Polish WWII grenade box which he fully intends to put to good use in his exploits playing airsoft.
“We had to purchase a replica British Battledress Serge jacket for the Kickstarter video close up shots, in fact we only need a replica cuff but nobody wanted to make that for us so we bought the jacket from Soldier of Fortune http://www.sofmilitary.co.uk . Anyway, I tried it on, stupidly only wearing a tee-shirt underneath and I take it all back!
Elling was researching a reference for the wearing of berets when attached via an epaulet [edit: Elling insists that I use the term “rank slides” or “shoulder boards” depending on context] and he happened upon a photograph that, in his opinion, most likely depicts a briefing for operation Overlord, basically the D-Day landings.
I don’t believe in coincidences and I don’t believe that there is a roulette wheel in the sky that blesses or condemns human endeavours. That said, I do believe that if you are on the right path in life, then life will give you what you need to fulfill your ambitions. Conversely if you are on the wrong path, life will throw insurmountable obstacles at you.
In other news, Connor has been making considerable progress, but sadly it has reached the point where we just can’t share the details of his programming genesis; that and the fact I don’t understand it anyway. Instead, Joe, our voice acting competition winner wanted to say a few words so over to you, Joe….