user-modded system caught our eye for its close attention to detail and fine use of "kicking ass." But the story isn't over ... It looks like Ramon Stokes, creator of the system, got a lot more than the winning bid of $1725 in his eBay auction.
Chains of Olympus dev team, Ready at Dawn, took notice of Ramon's system and decided to fly him out to their studios "to make sure the PSP wouldn't get damaged during shipping." Yeah, sure.
Ramon was also able to play the upcoming Chains of Olympus demo, talk to the development team, and get treated like a God of Olympus. Looks like this God of War hit the jackpot for his fandom (and we're jealous!).
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
8-16-2007 @ 7:00PM
Besides my incredible jealousy, I'm disappointed that RAD has the playable demo ready but hasn't sent it out yet.
8-16-2007 @ 7:28PM
The guy totally deserved it for his wonderful work...but cjpdude77 is right. We want the demo too!!
8-16-2007 @ 7:29PM
For the developers. YOU GUYS SUCK!!! Just like cjpdude77 im am disapointed in RAD for not having sent out the goddamn demo! For the guy that did the mod, I think he deserved the trip and the chance to play the demo. He worked hard for it. Good job!
8-16-2007 @ 8:58PM
grg_ibe and other whiners
Gee I think the way you refer to RAD and the way you demand is an insult to RAD. Yah it's like the DEV team is just sitting around with the demo in their hands keeping it from us just to be mean. You guys sound silly, the sooner they get the demo out the sooner they will get more preorders and more sales so, why in the hell would they keep it from the consumers? Stop whining, you will get the demo if and when you get it, and you will get the game when you get it!
8-16-2007 @ 11:40PM
Wow, that's just awesome!
8-17-2007 @ 1:06PM
As a software engineer I can say that just because the demo is usable doesn't mean it's anywhere near "ready"
8-17-2007 @ 8:18PM
yeah larz, it could have still had bugs and thats why they flew him down, so someone "special" could test it out, a true gow fan, so thats probably why they bought it, just as a cover up to have it tested, and to have a fricken sweet psp.