Earlier this spring, a "Forever Alone fail" pic showed a gentleman in a suit, sleeping. The text read that his girlfriend took the snap. However, you could see his feet in the mirror holding a smartphone. Over the weekend in Japan, that photo has created a viral sensation.
According to the Yomiuri Shimbun, the country's largest newspaper, a Tokyo based firm called Client Partners offers a "Rental Friend" service—among other services—at its locations across the country.
Three old Splinter Cell games are being re-released on the PlayStation 3. If you thought they'd be upgrades of the PS2 versions, you're wrong. And if you thought they'd include online multiplayer, you're also, sadly, wrong.
Some games are suited towards multiplayer components. Others are not. So why do so many games waste time and money trying to be the former when they're clearly the latter?