It seems strange that a world where you can talk to anyone, anywhere, instantly, a world where you can download any information anywhere, more or less instantly, a world where you can ship a package anywhere in about three days, is also a world where gaming has been locked up, fractured, segmented, and made to suck. Some countries pay insane prices for games, even when buying the same game from the same source as others. Some countries get games months later, even though a copy of the game could be shipped in overnight from another region. Some countries miss out on games altogether, thanks to local laws that ban the games. Check out this in-depth look at how gaming sucks around the world, and which countries screw over gamers the most. GamesRadar has the story.