So Gaming Drugs are Apparently a Thing

god mode

No, it’s not April 1st, you read the title right.

Boss Level Labs, a newly established online nutrition store, has just announced God Mode, a FDA-approved pill that promises to enhance your cognitive skills aimed toward the gaming market.

According to their press release, God Mode will give you:

• Six to 10 percent faster reaction speed;
• Faster access to memory, including retention and recall;
• Better distraction avoidance, with improved focus and concentration;
• Increased key neurotransmitters leading to faster, clearer thinking; and
• Reduced stress and anxiety, with Yoda-like calmness under pressure.

It would be interesting to see if this kind of product will catch on, either way, to name it after a well known cheat is clearly fantastic.

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Written by: David Melloul


    Apparently not, site doesn’t exist. And nothing I can find on the web about it.

    • David Melloul

      Link fixed, the company had 2 addresses for the product. Thanks for the input

  • daftshadow

    Bold statements but seeing the ingredients it has, i dont doubt that you would feel something. Heck if it gives me the edge like it claims, i would take it. Star Wars Battlefront 2 is just around the corner along with COD: WW2, you’ll need all the advantage you can get.

  • Da-Aaron

    The product itself is a dietary supplement, like caffeine. It is not “FDA approved.” The FDA doesn’t approve supplements.

    The “approvals” the website claims are;

    That it is “….manufactured in New York state within an FDA inspected…” Every dietary supplement manufacturer in the country is inspected by FDA. This is no more important than saying they manufacture “in a facility that was inspected by the building inspector.”

    That the ingredients are “natural, vegetarian, safe, tested, and FDA approved. FDA does not pre-approve ingredients of this type.

    The last line at the very bottom of the website clearly states “The statements made on this website have not been evaluated by the FDA. The products sold on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.”