British Private Richard Hunt made the ultimate sacrifice last week when his company was struck by an explosive device while on patrol in Afghanistan.
During a well-attended ceremony back home in Monmouthshire on what would have been the fallen soldier's 22nd birthday, Private Hunt's father, Phillip, commemorated the time they spent together playing Call of Duty: World at War.
Along with flowers and other items, a copy of the game was laid at the site of the memorial service. A handwritten not attached to the game read:
Happy Birthday 'Hunty'. Play you again one day. Dad.