There are so many urban legends of course, but I was wondering about any that reflect on today's society and culture. There don't seem to be very many. Here's one I have come across: "Sarah was a gamer and owned pretty much every game platform there was, whether on her television or computer. Stack after stack of adventure games, horror games, strategy games, puzzle games and everything in between lay about the flat she lived in with her friend Martha. "One day she and Martha were out shopping, the two of them poking around the mall checking out all the clothing stores. After a while, Sarah started to get bored of clothes shopping – it was really more Martha’s thing – so she left Martha to go into the next clothing store alone, and went herself into a nearby games store, agreeing to meet up in ten minutes. "The man who was behind the counter knew her personally, and he came up to her as soon she stepped inside and immediately drew her over to the counter. "'We have a game I haven’t seen before which just came in last week. Used, but one of a kind. Only copy ever made.' He pulled the game out from beneath the counter, to show her a case that was completely worn and illegible. 'The case may be completely worn out, I certainly can’t make out a word, but I checked the discs myself, and unlike the case they are completely intact.' Sarah looked at it with wonder, and knew she had to have it. Only one of its kind. She couldn’t pass it up. "She paid for the game, and left the store to find Martha already waiting outside for her. She saw her friend’s face fall with disappointment as she eyed the bag with the game in it. "As soon as she got home, Sarah loaded up the game and played it non-stop. Throughout the whole week she continued playing, only putting it down for classes and sleep. It was a Friday night when Martha announced she was going out and would be sleeping over at her boyfriends, and Sarah took the opportunity to play the night away. That was the last time anyone saw her alive. "The following afternoon, Martha returned home to find Sarah lying in the middle of the living room floor, dead, and in a pool of her own blood. Her screams brought the neighbours, who in turn brought the police. An investigation began, but nothing ever turned up and the case went cold. It was three months later that Martha noticed the game which Sarah had obsessively been playing was missing, and after a thorough search of her flat, she realized that the killer seemed to have taken it. He had. "And he would continue to sell it store to store around the country, killing the unfortunate gamer who bought it, and taking it back to sell again and again." Has anyone heard of any others?