The rescue of 33 Chilean miners trapped underground for weeks has made for great TV, but how does it shape up as a video game?
After nearly seventy days, the 33 Chilean miners have finally been rescued from over 2,300 feet underground. As the entire world celebrates, the area is swarming with reporters and journalists. It's a media circus! Cue the headline puns.
After 69 days of being trapped over 2,000 feet underground, the thirty-three Chilean miners have been rescued. Namco Bandai is marking the historic occasion with, yes, Mr. Driller.
The last of the 33 Chiléan miners trapped underground for more than two months has emerged safe and sound. The Internet celebrated as it typically does, with video-game themed 'Shops.
Despite being reportedly sent PSPs down their fancy supply tube, the Chilean miners trapped underground have been told that they're not allowed to play video games to help pass the time.
There are 33 miners stuck 2,300 feet underground. It could be Christmas before the escape shaft is finished. How to pass the time? PlayStation Portables.
StarCraft II fans south of the border will have two ways to pay for the game, with Blizzard revealing a less-expensive, time-limited version of the game for players in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Brazil.
From Chile comes another tragic tale of a sibling murdered over a video game console.
A Chilean woman coping with the devastation wrought by last week's earthquake has looked to games to provide some comfort and normalcy, and a fragile World of Warcraft collectible that somehow managed to survive is her symbol of hope.