While you snored through your Australia Day booze and food hangover, I was up working to make sure you had something to read when you finally roused from your drooltastic slumber. Here's what happened overnight.
The nosy bastards over at the New York Times are making us all feel guilty again for having iPhones and consoles made from the blood, sweat and tears (literally) of slaves in Foxconn. Amongst some of the revelations is that your iPhone would cost an extra $65 if it was made in the US. Also, working conditions at Namco Bandai reportedly drove a programmer to commit suicide. What a nasty world we live in.
Totilo's review of third-person shooter Resident Evil: Revelations is out this morning, and he describes it as one of the best games on 3DS right now with amazing graphics, although the storytelling leaves something to be desired.
In short: Steam Releases Mobile App For Android And iOS The Witcher 2 On Xbox 360 Is, Thankfully, Still Very Much The Witcher 2 The Wii U Will Be Out By Christmas In Australia Nintendo Money Printing Press Is Finished, Huge Losses Expected