Of course, the first indication of trouble should have been when he quit his job so he could devote more time to playing the game. But three days straight?
I wonder if he’ll make the Darwin Awards.
Update: As Sauron correctly points out, the Reuters article says nothing about Halo, but the first place I saw this story — the print issue of World Magazine — did refer to Halo. After a second look at that article I see that the reference to Halo has nothing to do with the dead Korean guy; only that parents might use this story as ammunition to convince their kids to quit a Halo game a little early.
Thanks for keeping me on my toes.