SNAPSHOT | TOKYO, JAPAN: Commuters take to the streets, walking home after train service in Tokyo was suspended due to today's earthquake. (Photo by Koichi Saito/Getty Images)
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Earthquake Crisis Brings Out the Best In Japan's Gaming Greats About 2:45 p.m. Japan time today, an earthquake measuring 8.8 on the richter scale rocked the island nation. A devastating tsunami followed, rolling over cities, enveloping towns. Reports now put the death toll at 300 to 400, with at least another 350 missing.
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Long day. Everything seems fine in Osaka, but like many people, we do have family and friends in northeastern part of the country. We weren't able to get through to my wife's brother, which was worrying, but thankfully, we finally got in contact. If you are trying to get in touch with relatives in Japan, please be aware that the phone lines could be jammed. Hope all readers and everyone else in the country are safe and sound. –Brian Ashcraft
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