TX Gov. Rick Perry may be preparing to run for President but if that doesn’t work out, he has another new gig–as a virtual football player in the latest edition of Electronic Arts’ NCAA football video game.
The virtual Rick Perry plays QB for his real life alma mater, Texas A&M (where he was not a football player, but a “yell leader”). TRMS producer and resident football expert Jamil Smith took a look at Perry’s virtual “measurables” (sounds dirty, but is not) and finds that EA gave the Governor some seriously impressive faux gridiron skills.
Politicians as video game characters–now that’s an idea I can get behind. Which public figures should get their own avatars in which games? Hit the comments, but keep ‘em rated E for Everyone, please.