In the comments section of a YouTube video called, "Can Video Games be a Spiritual Experience," user 00WARTHERAPY00 told this story. These are his exact words.
在一部叫作「電動可以是場心靈體驗嗎」的 YouTube 影片留言區中，用戶 00WARTHERAPY00 說了這個故事。這些是他本人的話。
Well, when I was four, my dad bought a trusty Xbox. You know, the first ruggedy, blocky one from 2001. We had tons and tons and tons of fun playing all kinds of games together, until he died when I was just six.
嗯，四歲的時候，我爸買了台可靠的 Xbox。你知道， 2001 年推出，耐用結實的第一代那台。我們一起玩各種遊戲玩得好開心、好開心，直到他在我才六歲時去世了。
I...couldn't touch that console for 10 years. But once I did, I noticed something. We used to play a racing game, Rally Sports Challenge—actually, pretty awesome for the time it came. And once I started meddling around, I found a ghost...literally.
You know when a time race happens, that the fastest lap so far gets recorded as a ghost driver? Yep, you guessed it. His ghost still rolls around that track today. And so I played and played and played until 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 wouldn't delete it.