The game for trolls and people who want sex.
One of the first things you will notice about Second Life is that, despite being created in 2003, it is about as graphically impressive as ReBoot or an early Pixar animation. The second thing you will notice is the penises all up in your face. At this point, you might be asking yourself, "which one of my poor life decisions led me to this point?" or, "dear lord how many cocks does that horse have?" but Second Life will never answer your questions. It will only drive you to ask even more.
You will attempt to console yourself with the belief that Second Life is more tame than it appears; that the seeming abundance of photorealistic dog genitalia and handcrafted adult diapers is only apparent due to the overwhelming perversity of a scant few individuals. You will convince yourself that Second Life is not as bad as people say it is. You will be wrong.
You will start to notice subtler shades of madness. You will begin to wonder why the vast majority of avatars trend toward either the maximum height of about 8 feet tall, or the minimum height of only 3 feet. You will begin to wonder why there is not a single soul to be found in most of the PG areas. You will begin to wonder why you hear whispers and drums every time you see a photograph of Philip Rosendale. The idea of escape might cross your mind, and you would be wise to embrace it.
If you continue, rescue cannot be guaranteed. As you delve into the midst of the furries and pedophiles, you may not even realize who or what they are. When the realization hits, your mind and your soul will no longer be salvageable. As multicolored gay wolves and diapered children and hermaphrodite vampires (all played by thirty-year-old men, incidentally) dance and twirl around your writhing form, you will gaze into the yawning maw of Second Life's blackened core and weep. And as the last ribbon of your sanity slips away, you will whisper but a single word:
Philip Rosedale, known in-game as Philip Linden, made Linden Lab to create a virtual world.
To this day, people are designing creepy sex furry goth robots.
- It was launched in mid-2003.
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