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Post by Eorl @ 04:03pm 23/07/14 | 5 Comments
Losing someone isn't an easy task to live through, and the memories you try to cherish are even more important.

When it came to YouTube commenter 00WARTHERAPY00 (via Autos Yahoo), the ability to hold onto those memories became a reality when he discovered the ghost of his father in Xbox game Rally Sports Challenge. To be more specific, the ghost was in the form of a past top score that his father had completed before his passing away, leaving behind the ghost driver that his son had discovered.

While it's hard to verify the legitimacy of such comments on YouTube, it's no doubt a touching one. The teenager elaborated on the experience stating that "[sic] i played and played, and played, untill i was almost able to beat the ghost. until one day i got ahead of it, i surpassed it, and... i stopped right in front of the finish line, just to ensure i wouldnt delete it."

The comment has since gone viral, even going so far as hitting the hearts of those in Hong Kong. He claims to be overwhelmed by the response, saying he "just commented on a video, which happened to be about spirituality in video games" and "never expected any of this."

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Posted 04:36pm 23/7/14
Edit: I saw nothing.

Posted 04:32pm 23/7/14


Shhh, you saw nothing.
Posted 08:08am 24/7/14
Awww reminds me of this.



Posted 08:46am 24/7/14
No... NO... This is an ONION FREE ZONE, damnit.
Posted 11:25am 25/7/14
Cool story Eorl.
Got me in the feels because I've got my old man fangin' around in the GT games on PS.

(Kinda reminds me of the Senna tribute at Tsukuba (with the lights and sound based off telemetry).
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