Ryan Clements, a member of the editorial board at IGN, made the small change and proudly proclaimed his work on his Twitter account (@PwamCider).
Hey Girls’ Generation fans: look what I did on ign.com . My powers at work. (Let’s see how long until the bosses notice…)
— Ryan Clements (@PwamCider) April 28, 2012
In other gaming-related news, K-Pop also made waves a few weeks ago when the IGN Pro League tournament streamed K-Pop music videos during breaks between competition. Artists such as Girls’ Day, IU, and HyunA were featured in the live stream, which reached thousands of gamers worldwide – introducing K-Pop to a new audience.