It's Monday morning, which can mean only one thing. The weekend is over. But be of good cheer! There's this excellent pic of a sleeping hippo, for a start. Also, news!
But it's not all about sleeping hippos. While it was gently snoozing, things were happening. For a start, a new challenger emerged for Street Fighter IV. Five of them, apparently, including a brand new fighter for the series. Meanwhile, something fishy is going on with Tekken Revolution's roster.
Sony got fined for the privacy implications of the 2011 PSN breach in the UK, and it's decided to wear the fine. In Japan, they make politicians into gaming characters. It makes me wonder if the same approach would work here. Anyone for Tony Abbott's Stop The Boats or Kevin Rudd's Knife-Fighter Kombat?
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