Sean Virgil is a complete loser. He's unemployed, overweight and practically penniless. The only escape from his morose life is the solace he finds while playing video games. When he moves out of the real world and in to the virtual world, he can be handsome and powerful, a hero or a villain; anyone else other than the loser that he really is. When real life sucks and the virtual world is the only escape, the lines can become blurred on what reality is. Can a video game change the concepts of reality and fiction?