Kid addicted to Call of Duty 4 still missing; Microsoft offers $50,000 reward

Microsoft is offering $50,000 for the whereabouts of Brandon Crisp of Toronto, a 15-year-old missing kid who is addicted with Call of Duty 4. Brandon apparently went missing on October 13 after a fight with his parents over not playing Microsoft’s run-and-shoot game.

His parents are now fearing that that he may have been lured by his contacts from his Xbox console. Microsoft is cooperating with police by providing information on who’s been contacting Brandon.

I can only feel for the parents. I hope the kid goes back and realizes that there’s more to life than Call of Duty 4.