Haze video game

27 May: Sorry, Haze fans: You won’t find any Nectar here

  With the release of the much-anticipated game Haze for Playstation 3, know-it-all commentators have a new, ready-made scapegoat for the upsurge in teen prescription drug abuse. That’s right — now they can blame video games! Specifically, they can blame Haze, the plot of which is described as follows: The game revolves around Mantel Global Industries, a multinational corporation with bio-medical expertise. This has led to the development of Nova-Keto-Thyrazine – also called Nectar … a performance-enhancing pharmaceutical drug that grants the user enhanced speed, accuracy and strength. Mantel uses this drug to control the minds of its soldiers. When administered, Nectar can control–among other things– what a soldier sees, similar to the effects of a hallucinogenic drug. It makes…