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From Turtles to Terry Gilliam, here are a selection of the films that hit the international circuit between now and October, as compiled by our writers… [continue @ themovies]
The gaming industry lately has been a cruel mistress. Studios are closing down wherever you look, once again showing everyone just how volatile the entertainment business is. It’s sad for the thousands that are losing their job, but what about the ones who aren’t? Well, they’re making a bit of a killing.
Right now, thanks to the new consoles and the games that accompany them, video games as an industry are on an upswing. They’re not the only thing contributing to the gaming market’s revenue incline though; free-to-play games are generating more income than most of us core gamers would like. Still, they’re not enough to keep things swimming; according to a report we can expect a sharp drop in PC and console gaming in 2019.
Do you feel that? Does your wallet feel lighter? Did it just let out a huge sigh of relief? It could be because October just became not one, but two games lighter. We already know that Dragon Age: Inquisition has been delayed by month, but the release window for Battlefield: Hardline is a lot less certain.
We've all been excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game has tons of cool features that blew me away at E3, and you all loved what you saw from the footage that they revealed. Now Bioware has announced we'll have a wait a little bit longer to actually play it.
I may be a motorcycle person at heart, but I can appreciate a sexy car when I see it. Perhaps a little too much, as the security at E3 wasn’t happy when I tried to lick the McLaren P1 that was on the show floor. It tasted like crippling debt, high fuel prices and sex on four wheels! Forza Horizon 2 will have plenty of page 3 cars when the game arrives. Here’s a list of the first hundred vehicles that I’ll never ever be able to afford.
Who? That’s the question that everybody was asking ever since The Guardians Of The Galaxy movie was announced a couple of years back. Fast forward a couple of years, and this might just be the most highly anticipated film arriving this year. And yet, despite a media blitz, most folks don’t know who the Guardians are. Well we’re here to educate your terrestrial kiesters on the characters. Here’s part 1 of a galactic Comic Book 101 special.
It had been a really long time since I played a game that blew me away, and then I got The Last of Us. All I wanted to do was keep playing, but at the same time, it made me sad to think I was drawing closer and closer to the conclusion. If you missed it, don’t worry, because the PS4 will be getting a remastered version. Real life will also be getting its own rendition, in a truly glorious one-night-only HD live stage performance.
Sales of the P(eni)S Vita haven't been too great, even in the traditionally hand-held market of Japan (there's a joke there, but I'm not even touching it). What better way to turn things around than to make a new ad for the unit that includes boys engaging in locker room comparison?
Lazygamer would like to announce that much like the gaming and hardware market that we’ve recently expanded into, we have also decided to start focusing on car reviews, much to the dismay of various local retailers. Now, despite the fact that my license was suspended, I feel that I can still deliver a decent review on a car. The speed of the vehicle, mileage pricing and how many houses I can drive through before the car gives in. Should be interesting.