The mysterious group known only as LulzSec has continued its rampage through the game industry, kicking off its biggest attack yet. "Titanic Takedown Tuesday" has seen Minecraft, EVE Online, League of Legends and games site The Escapist all taken offline.
LulzSec has been taking requests and "laughing at crybabies" as it displays its capability to apparently strike down anything at a whim.
One can't help but be impressed by the sheer audacity, at the very least.
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