After this case, gaming console will surely “come to life” as a tool to rescue victims from dangerous kidnappers. On August 5th, Japanese police sucessfully rescued a highschool girl from a kidnapper after more than a month of imprisonment. The way this schoolgirl asked them for help was really special when she uses … a game console. To be more specific, on July 4, the girl’s family came to the police headquarters to report that her daughter was missing. It is known that the girl lives in Saitama – the north area of Tokyo nearby Mainichi Shimbun. She visited the Shinjuku neighborhood of the japanese capital to meet an “online friend” Goto Hiroyasu – 44-year-old businessman. After the first meeting, the 2nd plan took place in Goto’s apartment in Yokohama, south of Tokyo. Here, the person confiscated the girl’s telephone then detained the victim. The girl was held there for a few months before finding out the way to call for outside help. On the evening of August 5, the girl accidentally held a console with an online connection. Immediately after this moment, the girlschool student used all of gaming knowledge she knew, along with some internet communication skills to attach to the web emergency department of the Saitama police headquarters. She annouced that: “I were kidnapped and there’s no way to escape by myself “. After receiving the message, the police immediately came to the Goto’s apartment and spotted the girl tied to a metal pipe with metal wire. The man admitted kidnapping the girl, he told police “I arrested her”.