Sunjournal writes: "The other day, I was reading this Newsweek online article called "The Coming Energy Wars" by Rana Foroohar. It was a very stark picture of what the world would look like if oil hit $200 a barrel - pretty scary. Nations would be forced to pull away from the global economy, many legendary companies, carmakers in particular, would go belly-up, and of course, the violence that would arise from such an economic hit would be hard to contain.
This is the stuff of video game plots, including recent games such as "Frontlines: Fuel of War" and Tom Clancy's forthcoming "Endwar."
The question is, how will all of this real-life strife over resources affect the game industry?"