Could online ‘warriors’ in Call of Duty be forced to obey the Geneva convention?

dailymail.co.uk: Could online ‘warriors’ in Call of Duty be forced to obey the Geneva convention?

Via: slashdot.org: Red Cross Debates If Virtual Killing Violates International Humanitarian Law

Now, a committee of the Red Cross is debating if gamers might be violating the International Humanitarian Law as they slaughter each other online.

Hahahahaha. C’est tellement stupide que je me suis demande si on etait deja le premier avril.

Man beats Bejeweled 2 after three years – was it worth it?

gamesradar.com: Man beats Bejeweled 2 after three years – was it worth it?

Via: slashdot.org: Man Spends 2,200 Hours Defeating Bejeweled 2

Mike Leyde wants to be the best at everything he does, even if one of the things he does is play Bejeweled 2. PopCap Games recently profiled this 52-year-old steel contractor, revealing him to be the very first man to ever “beat” the puzzle sequel. It took him three years to do it, too!

Leyde earned a score of 2,147,483,647, which just so happens to be the highest score Bejeweled 2 is capable of processing. It took a total time of 2,205 hours and 51 minutes to collect the 4,872, 229 gems necessary and ostensibly “complete” a game that nobody else has managed to best, despite its immense popularity.

Excellente image tiree de South Park dans l’article 😉