Japanese Develop Gaming Drug


Posted April 11, 2008 - By Stephen Johnson

The arcade games of the late 80s and early 90s were adamant about gamers not doing drugs, but apparently, times have changed. A Japanese company has created Game Suppli, a supplement developed to help the nation's gamers be less tired and more dottally dawesome at vidja games.

"We concentrated on developing a supplement for those who love games,"  the company's website reads. They offer two varieties: Blueberry, for tired eyes and transparent capsules containing Docosahexaenoic acid a fatty acid that is supposed to improve concentration.

Just and FYI: These things almost certainly don't work.

Reuters: Japan develops brain and eye pills for gaming fans

Tags: Videogames
Japanese Develop Gaming Drug


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