Yeah, man. Their inability to read the mobile market, both in terms of "hey, this will probably be bigger than Facebook" and "hey, this may be hit-or-miss that works well for small shops but is murder for big ones" is turning kind of epic.
Their stock crashing is hurting a lot of other companies, too. Other start-ups even remotely related to technology are seeing their valuations drop when they go for funding. The stock darling plummeting to its death is rippling around far beyond gaming.