Sleeping can be fun - necessary even. But what if stuff happens when you're sleeping - game stuff? What are you supposed to to do then? Thankfully we have a solution - While You Were Sleeping, a quick round up of all the news that happened… while you were sleeping.
The big news from yesterday was undoubtedly the unveiling of Call of Duty Elite - a paid subscription service for Call of Duty that adds social networking features (among other things) to the Call of Duty experience. We have an in-depth look at precisely how the whole thing works, and why you might be paying for it.
What happens when ex-devs from Bungie and Treyarch get together? Crimson Alliance, apparently. Check out details on this new RPG here.
Here's another chance to get excited about Deus Ex: Human Revolution, L.A. Noire is offering some new cases to play, and here's an exhaustive list of the shooters we may or may not be seeing at E3 this year.
In Short How Call of Duty Elite Works And Why You Might Be Paying For It First Details On Crimson Alliance - An RPG From People Who Help Make Halo And Call Of Duty Another Chance To Get Excited About Deus Ex Human Revolution L.A. Noire DLC Offers Players New Cases To Play, New Ways To Pay These Are The Big Shooters Of E3 2011 We Think