When we're playing video games, we don't really think much about the people who make them. If you hate a movie, you may say, "Curse you, Michael Bay!" and if you hate a book, you'll probably think, "Why did I buy Steve-O's autobiography again?" But if you hate a game, it's usually the company that published it that gets the blame. And they get the credit if it's great.
So maybe it's no surprise that game developers come up with devious and quite frankly insane ways to insert their faces in hidden spots of the game. What's surprising is that players managed to find them at all.
By Codie Martin