While You Were Sleeping

While You Were Sleeping was a well-received romantic comedy starring the luminous Sandra Bullock and the irrepressible Bill Pullman.

It’s also the name of a regular section here at Kotaku, where we round up all the best news coming in overnight, to save you trawling down the page for an excuse to not start work. Don’t say we’re not good to you!

I always though that the World of Warcraft gold farming thing was such a bizarre, yet incredible example of the space some games have been moving towards, so I'm almost a little disappointed that Paypal has sent letters out in an attempt to stop this little endeavour. It's probably for the best though.

Remember a couple of weeks back we ran a story about the chap who had put a fair bit of effort into building iPad playable versions of old Sierra classics on a web browser - sadly Activision has put a stop to it. To be fair, they do own the rights to the game, and they were quite nice about it!

This guy want his video game back and is prepared to go to extraordinary lengths to get it; remember that crazy parisian real life Mario Kart guy? He's back. And Nintendo are preparing for the 25th anniversaries of Metroid and Zelda...

In Short Warcraft Gold Farmers Get An Ultimatum From Paypal Coming February It's Remi Kart 2 Old Sierra Games Host Gets CD From Activision This Guy Wants His Video Game Back Nintendo: Let's Have Great Metroid/Zelda 25th Anniversaries


Comments

    While You Were Sleeping was good; of course
    it could've been great with a more Weekend At Bernie's
    approach to the screenplay.
    The love triangle would be more intriguing if Peter
    was dead and Sandra Bullock was pretending
    he was alive so she could finally marry
    the man of her dreams.
    Sandra quickly discovers sharing your life
    with a dead man isn't easy so she has an affair
    with the dead man's brother - all the time maintaining her farcical marriage.

    Can you please put this section in italics please.

    "While You Were Sleeping was a well-received romantic comedy starring the luminous Sandra Bullock and the irrepressible Bill Pullman.

    It’s also the name of a regular section here at Kotaku, where we round up all the best news coming in overnight, to save you trawling down the page for an excuse to not start work. Don’t say we’re not good to you!"

    I love this reading this article every day but I get sick of reading those two paragraphs. Thanks!

      To be honest, it's a common complaint - think I might just delete it from now on. :)

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