This Friday, March 23rd in the Year of Our Lord 2007, long-delayed PC game S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl is finally being released a mere 983 years since its first appearance in the public consciousness. Historically, when a company takes almost a millennium to release a game, said game ends up being as interesting as a tour of Paris Hilton's brain. However, in the case of S.T.A.L.K.E.R., the only thing that really feels dated is the graphical quality. Now, I could spend all day -- or all blog if you will -- convincing you to check out this game, but I'd rather let the experts sell ya on it. So for now, take a look at this tour of the game courtesy of the award-winning (Emmy, Oscar, Grammy, SAG Award, People's Choice Award, Nobel Peace Prize, Harvard's Hasty Pudding Award, and The Myrtle Beach Annual 3rd Grade Spelling Bee Award -- just to name a few) videogame show The G-Hole and decide for yourself. Buh bye.