While you were sleeping over the weekend (yes, the whole weekend), stuff happened. Video games stuff. So in case you missed any of the exciting weekend news, we've selected a few highlights and put them right here on this page (wow!). So here's the news from while you were sleeping.
Let's kick off our morning with some anagrams! Members of the NeoGaf community have been playing around with video game anagrams and re-designing box art to accommodate the names. It's a pretty hilarious thread they have going over there, with the Saints Row The Third and Epic Mickey covers being my top picks.
Lexis Numérique, the publisher behind the survival-horror game Amy have thrown the pricing of the PSN version of the game out to players... sort of. The CEO has put up a poll on Facebook giving players the following options: pay more for the game to make it out on its current release date, or pay less and get the game a bit later. I'm not entirely sure what the whole point of this is, but shouldn't a game just be released when it's ready?
According to Timothy Poon, there are problems with professional gaming. Here's his article on how it can be fixed.
Finally, I was reading this article last night and was dismayed by most of the comments. As a wise woman who threw up in my French sharehouse once said, "weeeeeuuuuuuuugh".