An odd thing happened to me whilst I was exploring the local parkland: I came across a small plastic bag filled with bottlecaps, half buried in the sandpit. Now, finding rubbish buried isn't really the interesting thing.. how I reacted WAS interesting however. The first thought I had was: Yes, now I can buy an X-Box 360! ... I know.. sad. And that's how I felt about 10 seconds later. Profoundly depressed. Not just that I had realised I could no longer afford a 360, but that I had a moment where I was unable to distinguish between reality and computer games. This happens to me more and more as I play certain games, mostly cRPG's. For example, when I first began playing KotOR I kept having an odd feeling like I was observing myself from a 3rd person perspective. Every so often we all wished that we could have Force powers, or have Pokemon or something rediculous.. but I'm just curious as to how many people have moments where they really feel like they're in the fictional world they've been playing in for years. Needless to say I kept the caps, and have been hording them for 5 months now in a box just in case a nuclear apocalypse DOES happen. PS. What Deus Ex did to me was far more devastating in the long run. Few things are more annoying than going to an ATM and NOT being able to get free money!