Beta testers in NCsoft's upcoming MMORPG "Aion: The Tower of Eternity" have used the game's detailed character creation to make a spitting image of President Obama. Check out the video of the commander in chief questing, battling enemies and... sprouting wings? Yes, he can! [via Massively]

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