Man marries video game character

Tagged: Anime, Gaming
Source: Cnet - Read the full article
Posted: 5 years 1 day ago

As you begin to contemplate your Thanksgiving meal, your family gathered around you, your loved ones embracing you, please be thankful you are not Sal9000.

Sal appears to be a man with very idiosyncratic needs, which he has attempted to satiate by marrying his favorite video game character.

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Perhaps you think I have finally lost my last marble. However, please examine this footage. Courtesy of the radical realists at BoingBoing, this video shows that Sal married Nene Anegasaki, a character in the Nintendo DS game, Love Plus.

These unique nuptials were apparently broadcast on the Japanese video sharing site, Nico Nouga Nouga, a place where many strange things occur for, no doubt, extremely sound psychological reasons.

I don't wish to so much as broach the topic of marital consummation. However, I can tell you that attending the wedding, which was held, naturally, at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, were the bride's virtual video game girlfriend, a live audience and, yes, a real religious priest.

I cannot find record of where the happy couple might be honeymooning, but I have an indelible fear that it might be in a very small, dark apartment somewhere in Tokyo. I trust they will have a large and healthy family.

 

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Anonymous

This is an interesting post, I enjoyed it a lot. Thanks. free games

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I think this fits nicely

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Some acronyms from the MMO world:

MMORPG = Mostly Men Only Role Playing as Girls
GIRL = Guy In Real Life

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Anonymous

It's stuff like this that puts a voice in my head that says:

"There really must be 6 billion people in the world..."