Presented with a vast array of collectibles and achievements, most gamers have no problem skipping the items and accolades and moving on. Gamers with obsessive-compulsive disorder, on the other hand... I'll just let commenter Daemon_Gildas explain in today's Speak Up on Kotaku.
In August of 2008, cable internet provider Comcast imposed a 250GB limit on bandwidth, scaring many of their internet gaming customers. Now the company is rolling out an internet usage meter, so customers can obsessively track every single megabyte. Great!
The Village Voice's Chris Ward sat down to play Lego Batman for a review this week, and this happened: