When a tragedy or major event occurs, you can bet on a few key things happening. People will grieve. The newsreel will spin. Twitter will blow up. The Onion will satirize. The blogosphere will write. And of course, thanks to the blessings of accessible game development: someone will make a game.
Unfortunately, recent happenings with Chris Dorner are no exception. In real life, Dorner was wanted for murder after developing a violent campaign against the LAPD, ultimately prompting a large manhunt that ended with Dorner holed up in a burning cabin while officers tried to kill or smoke him out. Dorner's charred body was found and ID'd at the scene.
And now, of course, those events have been made into a video game. The video above depicts Chris Dorner's Last Stand, a video game first linked to in a Reddit thread frequented by posters from the popular message board 4Chan, posted with the YouTube description "4chan can make better games in 10 hours than EA can make in a year."
The game is a fictionalized version of former police officer Chris Dorner's last moments: you have to gun down what seems like an endless number of cops while picking up KFC buckets for health while a song by Gangsta Rap booms in the background.