Spartans never die.
I may be cutting onions right now or it is probably rain water falling down from my face, but yeah, it got me good. What got me good? This. Go on, click on it. See all the pics, and then come back here. What do you feel right now? Do you feel sorry for the kid that just had a massive surgery at such a young age, and it’s Liver transplant no less. Or do you feel happy that a videogame company gave the kid a really cool Halo memorabilia which not only put some smiles on his face but also everyone in the hospital room?
This is an incredibly touching story and things like these makes me feel that humanity still exists. I will just post one pic here because you need to head over that link which takes you to Reddit and see all the pics that is on offer there.
Here’s what his father wrote on Reddit.
Yes, Bungie gave the helmet to my son, he can’t get enough of it. This thing is detaillled and HEAVY!
Those that are concerned about kids playing an M rated game. He doesn’t playyy like you or I would sit and play. He doesn’t just hop on multiplayer with a headset and microphone or just start playing the campaign. I’ll sit down and play a part of the campaign with him, or mom will join us for our own multiplayer game. He likes the idea of Halo more than playing Halo. His interest has transcended the games, he would rather battle it out with his Halo action figures, anyway. The Spartan storyline just gets his imagination going, it’s wonderful.
Bungie rocks. That’s all.