Trapped Chilean Miners Kill Time, Boredom With PSPs

by Matt Bertz on Aug 30, 2010 at 01:20 PM

Being a miner is risky business. Thousands of workers die in mining accidents each year, and even if you avoid disaster, you might kick the bucket because of black lung disease. The most recent international mine incident occurred on August 5 in Chile, where a gold-copper mine collapsed and trapped 33 workers 2,200 feet underground. Rescue workers bore holes in the ground to lower them food and supplies, and since they won't be getting out of the mine for an upwards of four months, they decided to throw a few PSPs in for good measure.

I hope they have decent battery rechargers down there! What games do you recommend they play?

[Source: Kotaku]