U.S. Pegs Kim Jong-Il's Second Son As A Gaming Loser

One son of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il is too busy playing video games to take over the country, according to a video game surprise found among the reams of U.S. government cables disseminated by the Wikileaks organization.

In a September 2008 cable, a member of the U.S. consulate in Shanghai writes to the U.S. State Department, assessing the future prospects of the North Korean nation whose iron-fisted leader had been rumored to be in ill health.

(Redaction in the original Wikileak; emphasis added by Kotaku)

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