Over the summer, Kotaku did a fair amount of war correspondence. This particular war wasn't happening in Iraq or Afganistan, but rather in Paris. It was an ongoing Post-It War between game developer Ubisoft and its neighbors, the French bank BNP.
They say that any war can be ended by a single, well-placed assassin. Ubisoft Paris proves this to be true with what is surely their final salvo in the ongoing Paris Post-It war.
There's a war going on in Paris, and despite the lessons we've learned from video games that war never changes, this is the first war I'm aware of that is being waged with Post-It Notes. On one side is Ubisoft's Paris HQ. And the other is French bank called BNP, each trying to one-up the other with video-game…