In other words, Fatal1ty knows what you're going to do before you do. That's no consolation, however, when you are being ripped apart in Quake 4 like a Tickle Me Elmo doll at a pit bull convention. "He didn't stand a chance," I overhear one CES audience member saying after my humiliating defeat - as if I were looking down at my own funeral after accidentally falling under a 10-ton truck.
Which, apparently, is pretty much par for the course, I learn. Everything with Fatal1ty seems to be like that. “I approach everything I do very completely,” he says. “I’m a perfectionist. Even if it comes down to how fast I can put my seat belt on.”
Take my word for it: You do not want to involve yourself in a seat-belt race with Fatal1ty.
Professional League World Tour
Fatal1ty will attempt to become the Quake 4 world champion in June when the Cyberathlete Professional League World Tour season begins in Sweden.