Sadly, for those of a gaming "bent", the leaders of our political parties have thus far failed to comment on where they'd stand regarding the issue of computer games.
Here, to give you some idea of who to vote for, the leaders offer up their vision of the perfect computer game.
"They want a strong and stable one! One that is strong, stable, and wasn't a computer of chaos. Basically one that isn't a computer of chaos, but is stable and strong. Stable, strong computer systems are what this country needs. Not computers of chaos.
"Of course, there wouldn't be any online component to this game, in case extremists used it to plot atrocities. Although there would be in-game transactions allowing players in Saudi Arabia to purchase new weapons. Oh - and a mini-game where you got to stamp on a fox-face in a pair of £2,000 leather heels."
"The game would be priced differently to other games, also. It would be free-to-play for 95% of players, but those with the broadest shoulders - like gorillas and elephants, which is presumably what I mean by that - will be asked to pay a little bit extra."
"I love it when me mam lets me do that. She gets all the pans out of the cupboard, and I sit on the kitchen floor and just go 'Bam! Bam! Bam!'. It's well fun! It's wicked!
"And sometimes, yeah, she lets me go in the garden with a washing up bowl full of soapy water, and I just splash it. Splash! Splash! Actually, who cares about computer games? I just want to be doing that! One time, I pulled down me pants and did a big blow-off in the suds, and me mam was well cross because we had guests over and I didn't know they was all watching me through the patio doors."
"Mental health is nothing to be laughed at, and I hope you can all interpret this as the desperate cry for help that it is. Please - help me. I need to be stopped."