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It seems like everyone is getting in on the PS4 unboxing action. Even renowned NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg can’t wait to take a look at Sony’s new hardware.

Yes, I know it sounds strange, but this isn’t the Twilight Zone, and that is actually Totenberg, who is probably too important to be doing this, unboxing the PS4, with the help of her intern Isaac. The results are glorious, including Totenberg’s (almost certainly feigned) interest in Call of Duty: Ghosts.

The video is part of NPR Plays, a new initiative by the public radio giant to increase its coverage of games and gaming, which haven’t traditionally been a part of the network’s coverage.

We’re looking forward to seeing what comes next. Perhaps we’ll be hearing Steve Inskeep providing his best Grand Theft Auto V tips next week. We’d suggest a Saturday Night Live skit, but it would be hard to top the pure hilarity of the real thing.

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