Like the other ten million people out there, I play World of Warcraft. It’s a massively multiplayer online role-playing game, or MMORPG for short; I go online and I can fight monsters or other players from around the world. But today, a new MMORPG has entered a private invitation-only phase that could possibly bring Blizzard to it’s murloc-killing, PVP-flagged, epic-wearing knees:
Why yes, the makers of Hello Kitty is entering the MMORPG realm, specifically “Targeting female players from their pre-teens to twenties.” AND ME.
Efren: but what the hell would hello kitty fight? bad badtz maru gone awry?
Ernie: hahahaha… bad bad bad badzmaru
Ernie: or maybe hello kitties evil twin sister, born on the ninth plane of hell
Efren: oh god…like those bad hello kitties you see now with the skulls and stuff?
The thought of using two flaming swords to topple a 100-foot demon Pochacco and three Kero kero keroppi spawns somehow fills me with glee. Okay, it probably won’t be that as much as it will be a way to customize the fabulous outfit that you’re wearing, but a boy can dream.