Nov. 9, 2010 at 2:44 PM ET
A lot of people are excited about the launch of "Call of Duty: Black Ops" today. But nobody is more excited than this guy.
Not only did he attend a midnight launch event last night to get his copy of what is probably going to be this year's biggest-selling game, he also shaved his body hair into a camo pattern and shot a video of himself opening the game.
All for your viewing pleasure.
And by pleasure, I mean you get to watch him spend nearly 8 minutes opening the $150 Prestige Edition of the game (which at times is no easy task) wearing only his boxers.
I know, some things you just can't unsee.
But speaking of the "Black Ops" launch and your viewing pleasure, how about that awesome — and I do mean awesome — commercial for the game?
The 60-second "There Is a Soldier in All of Us" spot features appearances by NBA star Kobe Bryant and talk-show host Jimmy Kimmel along with a cast of everyday folk all of who went out into the California desert and shot real weapons for the commercial. I dare say it might make even the biggest non-gamer want to pick up a virtual gun and dive into "Black Ops."
If you tried to view the commercial yesterday, you may have noticed that it had been pulled from YouTube. Activision reps say it was an error on the part of an automated filter but it has now been restored and won't be coming down again.
Meanwhile, for those of you waiting for a chance to play "Black Ops," msnbc's own Todd Kenreck has the following look at the game for you. Enjoy.