I was not expecting to like Mortal Kombat X nearly as much as I did. As a predominantly Street Fighter player, I found the last Mortal Kombat, as good as it was, a little on the clunky side. Fighters moved with too much weight and too little grace and speed. That’s not quite the case with MKX, which is fast, fluid and has been on my mind since I played it at Gamescom.
There’s something about the wilderness. The fresh air. The green leaves. The tall tress. It would be a shame if everything…oh I don’t know…just went up in smoke now wouldn’t it? That’s exactly where Firewatch wants to trap you. …Read More
Fans of Dark Souls can be an annoying bunch. I have a couple of friends who constantly tell me, “It’s so rewarding! It’s just trial and error! 10/10 MUST PLAY!” Yet when we are in Teamspeak together, all I hear are screams of anguish, piles of swear words, and multiple rage quits. If you’re a sucker for punishment fan of that, I’m sure you are looking forward to Bloodborne. It has received a release date.
Weellll sort of. Instead, you can play as a doppelganger bodyguard surgically modified to look, sound and act just like Handsome Jack. Yay! But only if you buy the game’s DLC, or gobble up its newly announced Season Pass. Ugh.
I’ve spent countless hours and resources attempting to triangulate the exact release date of those pesky Techies. Valve told the world they would like to have them out by the end of August. Sadly, I think Lord Gaben lied, as today is spring day! Fear not though, because this week will not only bring more explosions to Dota 2, but a whole lot of other goodies too.
The Sims 4 is coming in a mere few days, and players can already get excited. They can start up the downloads so that the game is ready when the game launches tomorrow (or Thursday or Friday depending on your location).
Don’t panic, you haven’t accidently typed in the wrong URL this morning and you are in fact on www.lazygamer.net as you should be. Over the weekend we moved our server from Germany to right here in South Africa in an attempt to improve our offerings.