From the Patent: The Hero's Journey Mythology Code of Honor Game Engine is presented, as well as novel spy games, wherein players fake ideologies in word and deed to gain access to groups and subvert them.
We all have complaints about games, especially when one tells a time-honored tale that isn't handled properly in the eyes of fans. Most of us stick to posting vitriolic attacks under anonymous names on message boards like any normal person would do, but some disgruntled gamers take things the extra mile. That's the case with U.S. Patent 20,120,052,930, which lays out the ground work for a specific game type while taking not-so-subtle shots at Electronic Arts' attempt at bringing Dante's Inferno to life in game form. The patent does its pitiful best to describe how to handle a "heroes journey" game, but all attempts to veil its true intentions disappears with lines like, "EA stripped Dante's beloved Beatrice naked to sell her boobies to the world, taking the incorruptible angel from heaven and casting her into hell."