Sony outdid themselves this time.
To celebrate the European release of the hit game God of War II, Sony threw a big party. Nothing out of the ordinary there.
The party was given a "Greek orgy" theme to tie in with the game's backdrop. Okay, a bit excessive perhaps, but that makes sense.
Topless body-painted women walked around hand-feeding grapes to attendees. You've got my attention, please continue.
A pit of live snakes was available for guests and their friends to challenge one another in grabbing the snakes bare-handed. Okay, you lost me with the pit of live snakes.
Guests were also invited to eat offal (pureed intestines and entrails) that had been stuffed inside the still-warm cavity of a real, decapitated goat whose head was barely hanging on by thin threads of tissue as its blood dripped onto the floor. Are you f'ing kidding me?
No, I'm not kidding you. There are pictures.
Sony, previously oblivious to how people may react to such a ridiculous PR stunt, have come to their senses and are in the process of recalling all 80,000 copies of their PlayStation magazine which features the photo linked above.
You know, as crazy and absurd and just plain wrong this party sounds, it doesn't sound nearly as crazy or offensive to me as charging $599 for a game console that has nothing to play on it.