Here at GamePolitics, we love to see game consumer activism. But police in Japan accuse a local gamer of taking the concept way too far.
29-year-old Takao Ike apparently became disenchanted with game offerings from Hudson Entertainment. Ike sent nearly a dozen threatening messages to the Japanese publisher. In one he said that a bomb would kill everyone at the firm. In another he attempted to extort money.
In a confession to police, Ike said:
I did it because I posted my demands concerning the games, but the games didn't improve.
Ironically, Hudson publishes the Bomberman series.