Cook chicken and kill baddies with KFC's game console
Never leave the pit of your bedroom ever again thanks to KFC’s software revolution.
It seems like the argument of which gaming console between Xbox and PlayStation is the best has been raging for an eternity. Many doors have developed mysterious fist-shaped holes and thousands of relationships have been sacrificed as the war between the two giant beasts of online fun has engulfed civilisations.
In truth everybody knows that the ultimate gaming machine was the Game Boy, so all of those tears induced by Microsoft and Sony were a complete waste of effort. However, with the success of the Game Boy uncompromisingly resigned to history, its triumphs require a successor – and, at last, we have one: the KFC games console.
When the crispy console – officially named the KFConsole – was originally announced in June everyone thought it was merely a cunning marketing stunt (despite the bulging brains of the Colonel having launched a brand new fashion label and teamed up with Crocs to deliver some fancy – if entirely unfashionable – footwear).
The fried chicken specialists have launched a new shop that is stuffed with exclusive merchandise.
In spite of the cynical doubters, the masterful invention has now greased the wheels of success. Claimed to be able to play in glorious 4k all of the most popular games that the mainstream machines can, the KFConsole also boasts the exclusive addition of an oven that warms KFC chicken while games are being ferociously battled.
Although there is currently no price or release date for the hotly anticipated console of dreams, it is being marketed by Cooler Master, a company that specialises in manufacturing computer hardware.
Commenting on the announcement, a KFC spokesperson said: “If Sony or Microsoft want any tips on how to engineer a chicken chamber for their efforts next time, they'd be welcome to get in touch.”