Some video game
developers just seem to have been dealt a bad hand, but few have luck as bad as
Whoopee Camp. The company made two late 90s Playstation games: Tomba,
and its not-quite-as-good-but-still-solid sequel. Critics loved both games, but
audiences ignored them, and the company went bust in 2000 after only three
years of existence.
Six days ago, the PlayStation Network went down. Although some users can manage to get Netflix and other services to work, video gaming online continues to be a lost cause.
As soon as PSN flickered out, rumors began circling that the outage had been caused by the most notorious of all internet griefers: Anonymous.
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