Like many of you, I wish I could get into one of my costumes and actually drive a vehicle. But cosplay can be kind of restrictive at times. Hell, my previous Batsuit which was modelled on the 1989 movie version of the costume was so authentic that I couldn’t even turn my neck properly. Which would have made using the K53 method of driving a damn nightmare. Still, some costumes can be worn when travelling the roads. Like this Predator has just proven.
It’s that time again! You thought your password was safe, you thought you could rest easy with Passw0rd1 forever, but no, it’s time to initiate Pa55word2. That’s right, yet another gaming service may have been victim to a hack, and this might actually matter to you.
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Waitaminute, that ain’t a human on the Friday ION! That’s the Crushinator! Yep, it looks like we’ve come to the end of the eye-candy era of Lazygamer. Now, don’t think this is because we’re being pressured to do so by the militant wing of the Salvation Army. It’s just, the times are changing, and as Lazygamer seeks to be bigger, better and a lot more ethical in PSU reviews, we also need to move on from such visual content.
Guitar games are back baby, and I for one couldn't be happier. I hopped aboard the Guitar Hero train when it had a head full of coal, collecting those plastic instruments by the truckload whenever a new game came out. The recently announced Guitar Hero Live will disregard my previous fandom in exchange for a more modern peripheral – but Rock Band doesn’t want you or me to throw away anything just yet.
We’ve got a Special Edition copy of Mortal Kombat X for Xbox One to give away thanks to Ster-Kinekor and Warner Bros. We had a sexy site, telling you everything you needed to know about the game, embedded with an entry form. There were also social media entries. Everything’s been tallied, and we finally have a winner. Here he is.
I’ll forgive you if you’ve never heard of Son of Nor, because before I got my review copy, nor had I. It’s not a AAA title - it’s the result of a successful Kickstarter campaign that launched way back in April 2013. 2244 backers pledged $151 175 to bring the game to life. Now, two years down the line, Son of Nor has finally been released. It’s an interesting game, combining action and puzzling. Is it worth your time and money though?
In the past year or so, 'gamer' has become synonymous with sexist. It's a sad fact. Sure, there were always elements in games that weren't representative of reality, and I'm glad that these were highlighted so that developers could be pushed to make better games. Unfortunately, many jumped onto this and the topic of women or sexism in gaming has become a ridiculously messy topic. However, research into this subject started way before these problems, and the findings exonerate the maligned gamers of the world.